When university tuition fees are making a degree an ever-more impossible dream, school leavers might think their options are limited.
The key requirement to being a successful CIO is to be a business leader “first and foremost” - although one with a specific responsibility for IT, says Professor Joe Peppard, Director of the IT Leadership Programme at Cranfield School of Management
Will 2014 be a good year for you?
The general consensus is that 2014 will be a better year for the economy - and a better year for job seekers.
If you're sick and tired of the same old job search strategies, there's probably not much energy or enthusiasm in your applications.
This is a post I wish I'd written for myself five years ago.
You're asking a lot from your CV. In only two pages (or sometimes even one) you need to show a hiring manager that you can do the job, that you're the sort of person that they're looking for, and that you'll make a great impact on the organisation.
It's immensely frustrating to see a job advertised - one that you think would be a great match - only for there to be no salary details.
Around this time of year, I see a lot of articles with titles like "How to be more productive during the summer" and "How to get more done when your co-workers are on holiday". That sort of thing.
A blog post on Guardian Careers, Navigating internal recruitment from colleague to manager
, outlined some of the many pitfalls that can lie in wait for new managers.