Oct 26

Schools rarely go bust..

The nice decade is behind us,” said the governor of the Bank of England this month, predicting that prices will rise, the housing market will weaken, and the British economy could see periods of negative growth. While he didn’t go as far as mentioning the “r” word – recession – few doubt that the British […]

Oct 26

Recruitment: what to do in a slowdown

An economic slowdown doesn’t necessarily mean mass redundancies, but it can certainly make it harder to keep moving up the career ladder. Graduates might find it harder to get the exact job that they want while experienced managers will need to think carefully about how to avoid getting stuck in one position for too long. […]

Oct 26

Top 25 Careers to Pursue in a Recession

If you want to recession-proof your career, the key is to focus on work that continues even when most people don’t have disposable income to spend. So while consumers may not hit the mall as often, you can guarantee that people will continue to get sick, pay taxes and use energy. These are just a […]

Oct 26

Recession-proof tech jobs

  Recession-proof tech jobs Lawrence’s company recently published a list of recession-proof jobs, and IT positions dominated. Among the seemingly recession-proof areas: software design and development, networking and systems administration, software implementation analysis, testing and QA, and database administration. Jennifer Mauney, a vice president at Robert Half Technology, identified several areas where her company is […]

Oct 26

Steadily resist the recession … health care

The one sector that continues to steadily resist the recession forces is health care, which added 23,000 jobs last month and 363,000 over the past year. Health care services are generally considered to be “inelastically demanded,” i.e., spending on health is non-discretionary, and there is also considerable demographic pressure as the population ages. Moreover, health-care […]

Sep 14

Armitage – the name

Rosalind (Roz): It is of Old German origin, and its meaning is “gentle horse”. Also possibly a 16th-century poetic creation by Spenser, which has the meaning “beautiful rose”. Used as a given name since the mid-19thcentury. Leslie (Les): Origin: Scottish-Gaelic. The boy’s and girl’s name Leslie. It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and its […]

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