Sue Dougan is joined in the studio by Share Radio's Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher. On today's show they discuss the latest offers in the credit card price war as well as the harmful effects of overwork. Plus the latest predictions for food price inflation in 2017. All these stories and more on The News Review.
How do you feel after the Brexit vote to leave Europe. Have you thought perhaps about moving abroad? Half of UK young people say they would consider a temporary move to Australia to work post-Brexit. Darrell Todd from thinkingaustralia.com joined Sue Dougan in the studio to talk about a package of new measures aimed to increase Australia’s attractiveness as a destination for young working holiday makers.
Joining Sue in the studio is David Courtier-Dutton, CEO and founder of SoundOut, a crowdfunding and predictive analytics platform for the music business. With a background in Law and property development, David takes us through his career and the musical influences that helped him along the way
Work Avenue are an Innovative Jewish community charity helping people in creating long term sustainable incomes by building businesses or creating employment. Linda meets with CEO Shraga Zaltzman, to discuss the work they do, helping people with employment and business.
Telecoms specialist, author and career development enthusiast Buchi Onwugbonu, joins Sue to talk about his life working alongside top named companies to develop their staff, his early entrepreneurial memories and his book "Jump!: 10 simple rules to guarantee success in your career"
It seems young women appear to have the magic touch when it comes to starting successful businesses. According to new research, 'young businesses' run by those women under 35 are three times less likely to make a loss than those owned by over 55's. To get the inside story Sue Dougan was joined by Bianca Miller, Apprentice finalist and founder of The BE Group.
Vulnerable jobseekers are being tricked into losing money in fake job applications or scammed into paying for fake police checks, visas, travel and training, which are not required. That's according to study, which found that scams reported in the last year have risen by a whooping 300 percent. To find out how to avoid the scams Georgie Frost spoke to founder of the CV Centre James Innes.
Sue Dougan is joined in the studio by Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher. Today they discuss the results of the Bank of England's stress test as well as the lack of support for young women looking for jobs. Plus could a new, less harmful cigarette from Philip Morris replace it's conventional products? All these stories and more on The News Review.
Working from home can be great. There are good pros like sending emails from the comfort of your couch and avoid commuting. And away from the stress of the office, you might get more done while also enjoying better work-life balance. But new study has found that working from home can harm your career. To find out why, Georgie spoke to Esther Canonico from the London School of Economics.
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