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A top Gordonstoun student has taken the unusual step of rejecting top university offers to taken up an apprenticeship in accountancy.
Underwhelming. That was the general reaction from the Aberdeen support when Derek McInnes was announced as Craig Brown’s successor at Pittodrie on March 25, 2013.
A postwoman has turned fashion designer selling "romantic and nostalgic" clothes inspired by her Royal Mail job.
Inspired by the timeless film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the general deliciousness of chocolate, it’s no surprise kids and adults alike dream of working in a chocolate factory. To read the full article, visit our sister recruitment site here
With private incomes, a nanny and flexible job roles, William and Kate will not have to worry about parental leave rights, but nearly two-thirds of new dads are hoping to take advantage of new regulations offering extra time off.
Karran Bonner (MD at Brightside – Coaching and Training Experts) examines what makes a good leader and how to get your team to vote for you.
An innovative not-for-profit organisation is helping engineering students in Europe’s energy capital develop the necessary skills to progress from university to industry.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) will hold a postgraduate open evening later this month to showcase its wide portfolio of taught programmes, including short courses, to improve career prospects.
Every industry sector experiences peaks and troughs. It’s natural for conditions to ebb and flow as markets change.
The Oil and Gas Academy of Scotland (OGAS), working with its partner organisations Aberdeen, Robert Gordon and Heriot Watt universities, has helped secure a grant of around £1.44million to aid development of higher education and create a sustainable oil and gas sector in Tanzania.
The past few months have seen a steady flow of official data suggesting that GDP is up, unemployment and inflation are down and that the UK is growing faster than most other EU member states.
ActivityMix is joining forces with north-east recruitment specialists Cammach Recruitment on Wednesday, May 6 to host a motivational seminar for those working within the energy sector as it recovers from the impact of a reduction in oil prices.
A day in the life of 28-year-old Phil Edgley, a site engineer for Dandara.
Carlene Smith, project advisor for behavioural change consultancy, Optimus Seventh Generation talks combining work with study
Alf Leadbitter, 66, diver training authority at The Underwater Centre explains that he owes his career - and love of the sea - to his father
Graham Findlay, 48, chief executive of North East Sensory Services (NESS) talks about forging an inspirational career path in the face of disability
Margaret Waldron, 59, owner and principal solicitor at The Law Practice talks about her career path to date
Craig Keyworth, 37, engineering director/founder of Flextech talks about a career built on honesty and loyalty
Jack Mitchell, 21, apprentice fabricator/welder at Fabritech UK shares what a busy day in his life looks like
Angus Rothnie, 26, draughtsman at Motive Offshore Group talks about his busy working day
Derek Cook, 53, managing director of Semco Maritime Ltd discusses his career path and the importance of leading by example
Dougie Young, 24, fire and safety engineer for Blaze Manufacturing Solutions Ltd talks about his varied work on and offshore
Dame Evelyn Glennie has been a pioneer ever since taking her first footsteps into a musical career. From her early days at Ellon Academy, the 49-year-old has racked up an astonishing array of ‘firsts’, awards and accolades, including 15 honorary doctorates, an OBE and latterly a damehood.
Donnah Murray, 41, senior forest manager at CKD Galbraith talks about her daily outdoor work life
Warren Anderson, 38, managing director, GOT Ltd shines a light on his career path to date
Andrew Smith, 43, director of Aberdeen Business Network (ABN) talks about his busy day
John Anderson, 39, commercial director of Applied Drilling Technology International Limited (ADTI) discusses his busy career path
Stephen (Steve) W. Pryor, 60, managing director of OPS Group discusses his career path to date
Colin Shields, 41, Valve specialist/PIM Relief product manager for Plant Integrity Management (PIM) shares his busy day
Scott Hunter, 42, creative director of Hampton Associates talks about his career path
Most former university students will remember reluctantly leaving parties early to revise for exams however not many would still be prepared to keep sacrificing their social life long after completing their degree course.