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Baby steps to help you through career fog

Q: I’ve been doing the same job for the past 25 years - retail sales. I was reared in it and about 15 years ago I inherited the family shop. It’s all I know, and, to be honest, I am very happy doing it. But it’s fairly obvious my business is going downhill in these difficult times and I’m thinking about going before I am shoved, so to speak. But I have no idea what I might do next, and no clue where to start. Any tips - and I mean ‘early-stage’ stuff, not advanced? Baby steps. (DR, email)

Student scoops cash prize with study app at NUIGSU Enterprise Awards

Niamh Duffy, an MSc in Clinical Research student at NUI Galway from Dublin has scooped the top prize of €10,000 at the NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards.

Westmeath young entrepreneurs to display business ideas

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The brightest and the best of Westmeath’s young entrepreneurs will display their business ideas in Golden Island Shopping Centre, Athlone today, Friday February 22, when judges will select three representatives from Westmeath to attend the national Student Enterprise Awards final in Croke Park in April.

More than seventy employers to exhibit at GMIT careers fair

Several hundred students, graduates, and others are expected to attend the annual GMIT careers and recruitment fair, which will take place at the institute’s Dublin Road campus on Tuesday next.

Loughrea-based psychometric company leads the way to innovation success

Loughrea company Cut-e has been announced as a finalist in the `Organisational Systems and Processes’ category of The Irish Times InterTradeIreland All-island Innovation Awards.

Loughrea-based psychometric company leads the way to innovation success

Loughrea company Cut-e has been announced as a finalist in the `Organisational Systems and Processes’ category of The Irish Times InterTradeIreland All-island Innovation Awards.

Coping with unemployment

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If you lost your job during the recession then you may find it difficult to come to terms with the changes imposed by this major shift in your circumstances.

Atlantic College’s response to adult learner needs

Market research conducted by Atlantic College when designing its part-time course programme shows that the needs of adult learners are changing rapidly. Learners now require short, sharp, skills-focused courses that are accredited by trusted organisations. These skills may then be used to immediate effect as employment currency.

 

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