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    Not going to uni? How to fast track from the classroom into a well-paid job in London
    For many people leaving school at 18 means either going to university or learning a trade. For most, the thought of not going to university but instead developing your skills via a business course seems a little too much for those so young. However, for Geri Ivanova that was just what helped her land a great job.
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    Penelope Alice checks out the hospitality at DoubleTree by Hilton Dartford Bridge Hotel
    Some PA Life Club members and I won the opportunity to spend the night at the Doubletree by Hilton Dartford Bridge Hotel last weekend, and what a fantastic evening we had.
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    2018’s PA Life Summit proves a resounding success
    The much-anticipated PA Life Summit was a resounding success for all who attended yesterday, where a number of delegates and suppliers conducted business and networked.
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    Is age discrimination a problem in the workplace?
    With most of us now having to work much later in life, offices are filled with a greater range of employee ages. But, do the experienced get discriminated against by those younger in age?
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    Why no.11 Cavendish Square is the venue for any event
    Situated in the heart of London’s West End, No.11 Cavendish Square is a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse with stunning original features complemented by an exquisite contemporary design.

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    School Photography by Panaround www.panaround.co.uk

    Do women struggle to articulate their thoughts during interviews?
    It’s never easy in an interview to explain your thoughts and ideas, the added pressure of making sure not to say the wrong thing can often leave you leaving feeling frustrated. New research suggests that women struggle more to articulate their thoughts during interviews.
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    The importance of encouraging health and well-being in a workforce
    There has been a surge of positive attitude about health and well-being in the workplace in the last few years, including a drive from the chief medical officer for the UK Government, Professor Dame Sally Davies. Yet many companies are slow to actually make changes and take action.
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    Vincenzo Ferrara

    Vinny Ferrara, Staff Writer for PA Life

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