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The Economy According to Recruiters

No Telephone - Kriss Szkurlatowski

Forget global economic indicators, non-farm payroll numbers or figures about the consumer sentiment in the Bible Belt. All it takes to know how the economy is doing is a cold call by your friendly neighbourhood recruiter.

Creative vs. Corporate

Indecision - Andrew Beierle

“It’s not the industry you work in that’s important, it’s the office environment.” This is the advice I am constantly given as I try to decide between a creative or a corporate career path.

City Bankers Finally Burn

The Rainbow Trust

Yes, you have read correctly. Next week, City bankers will burn. No, they won't be burning wood, no they won't be burning rubber, they will actually be burning themselves. (But for good reason.)

Trading As A Woman

Blue Tie Series 2 - Chris Greene

The thing about being a female trader is that you must be prepared to accept your position as an outsider - a woman in a man’s world.

The Art of Failure

Poker - Chris Withers

If there is one lesson that stands out amongst all of the things that I have had to learn over the past year and a half of starting up this business, it is, without doubt, the art of failure.

Opening the Ex-Files

Sneaky - Sean Carpenter

When a man leaves you alone in his home for the first time, what do you do? Lie in bed, watch TV, do the washing up - or have a good snoop? Let’s face it, the offhand mention of his last girlfriend has ignited your fascination.



A Spartan

Living Like a Cavegirl

I have spent the last 12 weeks 'eating clean, lifting mean', in the style of our cavemen ancestors.