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This heroic woman paid off her student debt by asking her male co-workers this one simple question

And celebrated with purple spandex and an epic interpretative dance.

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“A letter to myself on the day I was made redundant”

“Wipe the tears away, rip up the travel card and be confident that all the best is yet to come. ”

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How to know if it’s time to quit your job

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If this sounds like you, you need to delete your LinkedIn account

This one personality trait means that your LinkedIn account could be doing more harm than good for your career...

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6 important questions to ask your next employer

Because posing smart questions is just as important as having impressive answers.

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Journalist Gaby Wood on why she’ll never forget this one-word answer from Donald Trump

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This dream job pays you to travel - but your followers decide what you do

Brave enough to put your next stop in the hands of social media?

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Could you teach a robot how to be more human?

This wins the award for weirdest job role ever

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These expert tips will make your LinkedIn account work as hard as you do

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These are the UK cities you should move to for the highest salary

Do you have money on your mind?

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Applications just opened to be a world-travelling gin taster

Yes, this is a legit job

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Six signs you’re being underpaid (and what to do about it)

It's time to rewrite the narrative of women in the workplace

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This dreamy job will pay you to play with cats on an island

No, this is not fake news.

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This is the best time of the week to apply for your dream job

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This major City firm has banned all-male shortlists for executive positions

But will it be enough to improve gender diversity at the most senior levels?

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Why don’t employers want to hire intelligent women?

Women who achieve top marks at university have less success in job-hunting than those with average grades, according to new research.

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