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Guest post by Rebekka Venter from StudentJob UK Let’s not sugarcoat it: losing your job is no fun affair. It is usually associated with uncertainty, anxiety and a feeling of defeat. If you lose your job and find yourself scrambling to find a way forward, we’re here to help. This...
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Guest post by Nancy Howard As the internet expands and continues to grow, so does the importance of websites and digital platforms. Every day, people in London are flocking to the internet to find the products and services they need. They want the best deals and the best products that...
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Guest post by Archit from Amber London is a beautiful location in more respects than one, whether for studies or for living. The metropolis is packed with millions of people from different backgrounds and cultures with various life dreams. And for students from around the globe, it may be a...
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Guest post by Zoe Price Being a student challenges you in ways you never expected. The academic side of university is tough enough; however, you are also tasked with living on your own for the first time. Of course, you can’t begin to live on your own without a roof...
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Guest post by Linda Carter The thought of starting a business could be a scary one for you, and many thoughts of discouragement may creep in. It is important to push those thoughts out and proceed towards your goals. But before proceeding, you need to have a business plan that...
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Guest post by Michaella P. While many homeowners get caught up in the search for value-adding home improvements like vamping up the flooring, giving the kitchen a makeover, or transforming the bathroom, it’s still fundamental to prioritise home maintenance. A major component of home maintenance is keeping the plumbing system...
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Guest post by Rebecca Lee When you buy a trademark, you buy the exclusive right to own a brand element of a registered good or service. This doesn’t just cover the names or logos of the brand. They can also encompass things like certain sounds, slogans, smells, pictures, and colours....
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Guest post by Halle Bennet Impressive is an understatement for London’s underground transportation network. The London Underground, more commonly referred to as ‘the Tube,’ is a convenient way to get around the city’s core. More than 270 stations and 11 lines connect all the different parts of the city. As...
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Guest post by Hannah Madison It is essential to understand that the mining supply chain would need to be involved in all efforts to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement to address the consequences of global warming. As a result, fully decarbonizing mines will involve large capital expenditures. However,...
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