9 flashy sounding job titles and what they really mean in plain English

9 flashy sounding job titles and what they really mean in plain English

Do you ever feel that you should be selling yourself a bit more? Whether it’s meeting beautiful strangers at a speed dating event or completing your resume when applying for a new job, sometimes the facts of what you do for a living aren’t enough to project the correct image to your audience. Occasionally, and…

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You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a professional tennis champion?

You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a professional tennis champion?

There are various things you can do when you first lose your job. You can either: Cry. Buy a bottle whisky and then cry after consuming half of it in the time it takes to drink a double measure. Cry, then buy a bottle of whisky and consume the lot in 5 gulps before crying…

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You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a professional cricket player?

You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a professional cricket player?

Oh well, it’s finally happened hasn’t it? In all honesty you knew that they’d been trying to manage you out of the company for months. For a start, all your colleagues were told not to hang out with you after work so the writing had been written on the wall for ages. The question that…

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You’ve just been sacked……………why not compete in the X Games?

You’ve just been sacked……………why not compete in the X Games?

  Losing your job is a particularly trying time in life but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Here is a list of people that also lost their jobs to help make you feel a bit better about yourself: Pete Best (the original Beatles drummer before Ringo Starr) Mary Antoinette Joan of Arc…

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Which office department should you really be working in?

Which office department should you really be working in?

  Modern office life is generally underpinned by gross inefficiency and ineptitude. In his book The Peter Principle, Lawrence Peter investigates the idea that most organisations are staffed by people that are fundamentally ill-equipped to do the job they are paid for. We therefore spend the majority of our conscious lives working in roles that…

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