To choose their career, that is. The latest research from Oxford Open Learning Trust has found that 17% of women aged 18-24 years old feel that they made their career decisions at too young an age.
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Because one in three UK office workers aren't, a new survey by PureGym has revealed. A third of office workers fail to reach the recommended two and half hours of exercise per week, and two-thirds blame work pressures for their lack of activity!
Research has revealed the top 10 highest paid jobs for women, which all have under a 10% gender pay gap. Train drivers and those in a STEM career are amongst those in the fairest jobs in our society. Darren Best, from Savoy Stewart, had more for us on how the gender gap is different in different roles.
A recent report has shown that nearly half of all students now use their smartphone as a study aid on a regular basis, with a mix of traditional and modern methods being the preferred method for the majority of students.
According to new research released today by global recruitment specialist Michael Page, more than one in two (53%) working Brits who’ve been in a relationship admit to arguing with their partner as a result of work – due to either job stress or being in a bad mood at the end of their working day.
Ping pong tables, hammocks and wacky office designs may look good in pictures, but they don’t necessarily make employees any happier or productive, according to new research..
In the past few years there have been a lot of studies that have found social class discrimination to still exist within many workplaces and during the recruitment process. Over 52% of HR managers and directors believe social class inequality occurs in the workplace, with 79% believing an unconscious bias to exist in recruitment and promotion opportunities.
Research confirms shift in power from employers to job seekers, as two thirds of Gen Z candidates believe interviews are about determining whether an employer is suitable for them