The Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has accused the EU of blackmail after it suggested that it may withhold EU funding and suspend some of Poland’s rights as a member state in response to a top Polish court’s judgment which supposedly goes against the rule of law.
The Bank of England is speculated to raise the base interest rate to halt rising inflation in the economy.
Continued chip shortages may result in the tech giants failing to meet its projected iPhone 13 production targets for 2021 by up to 10m units.
It is absolutely vital that you know exactly what you have included in your CV and are prepared to answer questions about its content. This may include providing more detail about a previous job or explaining a gap in your CV. This is why it is not a great idea to over-exaggerate achievements or experiences as you may be caught out when asked further questions! Before your interview, try to think of some questions related to the content in your CV in order to prepare answers. It may be helpful to use methods, such as STAR (situation, task, action and results), as a structure for answering interview questions. Once you have prepared some answers, it can be useful to practice with a friend so it becomes more natural in the actual interview.
It’s a tale as old as time, you’ve been working part time since you were 16 and now, you're applying to law firms and wondering if it actually has any relevance. Everyone talks about transferable skills but what does this even mean? Well, look no further because this article will talk through all the pros of having a part time job (even if that means you haven’t had time or opportunity to undergo a lot of legal work experience) and how to talk about it in your application.