Tag Archives: career choice

Working out your career direction – help is on hand!

It can be daunting trying to sort out a career direction that’s going to suit you – there’s just so many ways your degree can take you – using your subject knowledge, or all those skills you’re developing that are … Continue reading

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Your career – how lucky can you be?!

I was prompted to think again about the role of luck in people’s career by a recent article in the Guardian, – The secret of success? Believe in luck’. I often hear people talking about the role luck has played … Continue reading

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Assistant psychologist, Editorial Assistant, UX designer, Library and Information manager….

…..and so many more career stories to read/listen to from recent PPLS graduates. Check out the new career stories recently added to the PPLS graduate stories web pages. Be inspired by what your predecessors in PPLS have gone on to … Continue reading

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What do Careers Consultants and bank staff have in common……..?

………contrary to popular belief, they don’t tell you what to do! I recently had to go to talk to my bank, and I was intrigued to hear words from the bank staff which very much echoed some of the words I … Continue reading

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Life and career – another approach – from a PPLS grad.

The word ‘career’ is fraught with associations and assumptions – some common ones are listed below: that it only refers to the  work you do which is paid. Something that you do because it’s your passion, but may be hard to … Continue reading

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