If you’re looking for the best places to live in London then look no further. Wherever you’re from in the world, whatever your interests, and whatever your job; bankers, artists, hipsters, fashionistas, techies, writers, sales people, lawyers or personal trainers… it’s a hub for every profession, creed and orientation so you’re sure to find an area that’s perfect for you. Soon we’ll have a unique guide on ALL the places mentioned in this blog and we keep adding in more places, so keep checking!
As with most Budgets, this Wednesday’s fiscal extravaganza has been heavily trailed by the government – so it should come as a surprise to few that one of the main focuses is expected to be solving the UK’s housing crisis.
Yes, there are plenty of ‘How to do a good CV’ guide’s out there on the Web. Some are great and most are sort of okay though repeat one another. But in general, they pretty much will give you the rough unspoken guidelines of how to write a professionally acceptable CV. This article will not be running over the basics of getting your contact details right, nor will it tell you not to include a picture of yourself and your dog on your holiday to Marbella last year (no really, we did actually have that recently). No, this article will give a few tips and suggestions on how to fine tune your already pretty good CV – so feel free to use as little or as many as suggested you like: