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Such an interesting question deserves an interesting answer, but be careful not to get swept up in your imagination. The interviewer is trying to create a picture of who you are, so be careful how you portray yourself.
What if you found that 70% of employees thought that having mates at work was the “most crucial element to a happy working life”? Or that good working relationships were more important than a higher salary? Check out the infographic for more.
An overbearing boss, unpleasant working conditions, unrealistic targets, personal health issues, and more can all affect our mood and stress levels in the workplace. Looking after your mental health should be #1 on your list of professional priorities, here's our tips for improving your workplace wellbeing.
Many people feel pressured to put in long hours, whether to get that sought after promotion or to ensure job security. But at what cost is this at? Take a look at just how detrimental overtime can be for your health and weigh up whether it is worth it for you.
Despite its initial air of morbidity, this question has less to do with actually dying and more to do with your aspirations and motivations. Your answer will give the employer an insight into how you prioritise your life and what you hope to achieve.
The flexibility of online courses make them a great choice if you're trying to work and study full time, but you're still going to need ninja-like time management skills to juggle both successfully. Check out our tips for working full-time while studying online.
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Many recent graduates are caught in a frustrating Catch-22: they can\'t get a job because they don\'t have experience, and they can\'t get experience because they don\'t have a job. A new business school is helping students to bridge the experience gap.