We may not particularly happy in our careers as a nation. A recent study has found more than a quarter were bored with their current job whilst 40% rated their happiness below 5 out of 10. Despite the widespread dissatisfaction though very few people are actually making any steps to change their jobs. To find out what options are available Georgie was joined on the line by Director of Online Learning at the University of Derby, Julie Stone.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas unveils the future of technology and gives the first glimpse of all the tech that will be buzzing about in the near future. The show this year is dominated by voice-controlled smart hubs, which control things like lights and heating in your home. This year is the 50th anniversary exhibition- and for a preview of some of the advances in technology that are about to be unveiled, Georgie spoke on the line to technology journalist David McClelland.
Earlier this week we reported on the Government's pledge to build thousands of discounted 'starter homes' for young first time buyers. But already there has been controversy, arguments the prices are 'nonsense' and the number of planned builds 'unrealistic'. Yet the Federation of Master Builders believe the introduction of these starter homes offer a good foundation. To find out more about the pledge and the implications, Andrew Dixon, head of policy at the FMB, joined Georgie on the line.
Many of us use this time of year to make changes in our lives – sorting out your finances is a good place to start. Firstly, checking your credit score - Equifax credit expert Lisa Hardstaff and senior analyst Ed Bowsher joined Georgie Frost in the studio to find out just where you are and figure out what you can do to improve it.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by MoneySuperMarket.com Web editor Kevin Pratt. Today on the agenda, they discuss the biggest rise in consumer credit in 11 years. Plus a look into the Sports Direct vote by investors. All these stories and more on The News Review.
From Brexit to the US election 2016 proved quite a year for political and economic stories.
But what does all this mean for the business world and our finances and what else can we expect in 2017? To get a review of the last year and look forward to the next Share Radio's Melanie Wray spoke to Paresh Davdra, founder and CEO of Rational FX.
It's the time of year many of us are making plans and resolutions for the new year. But what investment decisions should you be making and just what could 2017 have in store for markets. Georgie was joined in the studio by founder of Invstr app Kerim Derhalli to find out what investment opportunities people can look out for in 2017.
For our weekly check-in with Money Saving Expert, Georgie was joined by Consumer Writer Megan French. Today Megan was advising on giving yourself a new-year money makeover and watching out for the latest scams. Plus a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
The New Year is a great time to pledge change, and energy efficiency is an easy goal to add to your list. Not only is it good for the environment - it's good for your wallet too! To find out how. Georgie spoke on the line with Mark Todd from the price comparison website, Energy Helpline.
In the food world, 2016 proved to be the year of avocados and craft beer, so what will we see in 2017? Food writer Xanthe Clay joined Georgie Frost on the line to give some insights into what will be on the nation's plates this year.