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    The biggest workplace distractions… and how to avoid them

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    Picture this scene. You’ve arrived at the office nice and early, a hot coffee on your desk and fingers poised over the keyboard. You’re ready to work and ready to smash it. But before you can start, laughter and loud conversation breaks out, your phone starts to ping with Facebook notifications, someone’s talking about TV […]

    Share your thoughts with the 2019 PA Life Reader Survey

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    We want to find out what our readers think about our social media output, online presence and the printed magazine. The annual PA Life Reader Survey has launched once again, where we are asking you, our loyal readers, to share your thoughts on the PA Life brand as a whole. The survey covers a variety […]

    How modern tech has saved us time

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    Internet banking, portable battery chargers and email are just some of the ways that modern tech has saved us both time and energy, but what other top tech creations have helped save us time? Modern technology is saving Brits the equivalent of two weeks every year – or almost two and a half years of […]

    Commuting costs us an arm and a leg in lost items

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    Many of us that work in the major cities across the UK often find it easier to live outside and commute into work, rather than live amongst the busy cities themselves. In all honesty, no one really likes the commute, it’s tiring and uncomfortable  and often leaves you getting in late, if the train arrives […]

    Opinion: Social media and the rise of instabait

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    Social media can make or break a business, so knowing how to use a public platform is an essential way to ensure you are reaching a particular audience. Colin Gray, MD of Lavender Green Flowers, reveals why designing ‘bait’ for an event can make it pop online. There is always the social media element to think […]

    Employers now favour apprenticeships or experience over university degrees

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    Employers now favour relevant apprenticeships or experience over university degrees, a study has found. Researchers who polled 1,000 decision makers found 49 per cent prefer to see experience from a relevant apprenticeship or previous position on a candidate’s CV. Just 24 per cent said they would be more likely to take on someone who had […]

    How To Do Content Marketing Without Writing Blog Posts

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    By Mary Kucher It would come as no surprise that Blog Posts are the most used and profitable strategies for content marketing. Many websites use them to bump up their rankings and get a broader audience. Such promotions are common because blogs tend to include real-life experience, showing that the editor can relate to his […]

    How to avoid mistakes when using LinkedIn

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    There is a real difference between having LinkedIn and using LinkedIn, says Annie Walton Doyle, who writes for Inspiring Interns. Here she explains why it is crucial to make the most of your online profile and what mistakes people should look out for. LinkedIn is one of the largest growing job sites today. Not only […]

    What does your social media say about you?

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    How employable do you act online? For many, our digital lives are relaxed, casual, and shared among close friends, but how often do you think about who else is watching? New research from totaljobs has revealed that many of us don’t even consider our social media profiles when applying for a new job. Around one […]

    App of the Week: SaveMyTime

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    Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day, and find yourself lying in bed wondering where all the time goes? Well if you really want to know, and want to make a change, let me introduce you to SaveMyTime. It’s safe to say this app aims to do what it says […]