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Dyslexia – The Gift and the Curse – Part Two

In the first part of this blog, I attempted to dispel some myths about Dyslexia. No, it doesn’t make me stupid. No, it isn’t a spelling or reading problem. Yes, there are positives/advantages to being Dyslexic. In part two, I’m going to be taking a look at living as a Dyslexic and the various things […]

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Staying motivated through December

The temperature is freezing, night time seems to start in the middle of the afternoon and the chances are you’ve probably got a cold. Yes, it’s December again, and it’s not always that much fun. You might be struggling to stay motivated amid all the snuffles and the artic weather conditions. It’s hard to work […]

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10 Top Telephone Interview Tips

So you’ve got a telephone interview? Great! Your application has clearly made a good first impression and the employers would like to know more about you. Now you have to opportunity to build on your early success and seal the deal. While any interview will always be a bit nerve-wracking, we’ve put together 10 simple […]

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Dyslexia – The Gift and the Curse – Part One

Dyslexia is one of the most misunderstood yet common conditions in the world. It effects around 10 – 20 % of the population, meaning there are dyslexic people in almost every work place. Despite this, very few people actually know anything about it. When I was nineteen I was officially diagnosed with severe dyslexia. In […]

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Lead the way with Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire is transforming. With huge investments and a new combined authority structure, Cambridgeshire is set for exciting changes over the coming years. A new, greener transport system is at the forefront of this transformation, followed closely by significant housing development and technological advance. This combination is the basis of Cambridgeshire County Council’s overarching vision of […]

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Take the first steps of your teaching career!

Are you looking to take the first steps of your teaching career? Would you like to work in an area that’s genuinely going places? The London Borough of Hounslow is considered one of the best places to live, learn and grow. With over 95% of school’s rated Good or Outstanding, and students receiving higher than […]

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We can find your next role…

Here at Jobsgopublic, we pride ourselves on helping our candidates find their dream role, from a selection of fantastic public sector and charity jobs. We’ve recently updated our candidate profiles, creating a new personal profile to ensure we match candidates with the best opportunities suited to them. If you’re not sure if yours if fully […]

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Following up after an interview

So you’ve been for your interview, you did your best and now you’re waiting for the result. Nothing left now but to sit and wait, right? Wrong. Interviewing for a job is all about standing out from the pack and making a good impression. While a good deal of that will take place in the […]

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7 Reasons to Love the public sector

Are you considering a career in the public sector? If yes, you’re making the right decision! We’ve compiled a list of reasons why the public sector can be an excellent place for you to make your next career move. Check them out today: 1. Make a difference One of the best (and for some the […]

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