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Is it time to change career?

The thought of changing careers can be stressful, tiring and time consuming. We have put together a useful article making the decision to change careers an easier one. There is a lot to talk about, but to start, we need to find out exactly what your current mindset is in regards to changing career. Is […]

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What is LED Lighting and how can it save you energy?

What is LED lighting LED stands for ‘light emitting diodes’. They are a modern form of lighting and have many other roles besides standard lighting, such as transmitting information from remote controls, creating the numbers on digital devices, illuminating traffic lights and are used in HD televisions to give a crisper picture. They are very […]

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How to revise for exams

With exam season approaching we thought it would be useful for not only our customers who take exams here, but for all students undergoing exams to provide a useful guide that will aid your revision and help you get the results you want. How to revise for exams There are three types of learning: visual, […]

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Buying or leasing a van: which is best for you?

Self employment has continued to rise according to the 2014 budget announced by George Osbourne, with 211,000 more individuals in self-employment than the last quarter. According to the Guardian, three of the four most common occupations for self employment were carpenters, plumbers and other construction trades. Work in these roles normally requires a van in order to transport […]

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Number of Self-Employed Increases Sharply in the UK

Self-employment increases in the UK George Osborne announced his latest government budget for 2014 last week which revealed that the number of those unemployed has fallen by 63,000 to a total of 2.33 million. It was also unveiled that 211,000 more people are self-employed than last quarter, bringing the total of self-employed people to 4.46 million. Why […]

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