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  • A day in the life of a City PA

    We meet several PAs on a day-to-day basis. City PAs are particularly unique and we love to hear about the diversity of their roles from one day to the next. We asked one of our star Candidates, Lucy [1], about a typical day for her in the City. 6am: …

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  • Five steps to creating the perfect graduate CV

    When you’re fresh out of university with just a handful of summer placements and a weighty dissertation under your belt, it can sometimes be unclear to know what to include within the content of your CV. Which details would potential employers be …

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  • A guide to interview follow up

    When most of us walk out of a job interview, it’s not uncommon to breathe a sigh of relief. Regardless of whether it went well or not, it can be tricky to judge the right protocol with following up. Is it better to do nothing, and wait for …

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  • Balancing your private life with your Private PA role

    Striking a balance between your personal and professional life is difficult in any job. But for Private PAs, it can seem virtually impossible. When you work to your principal’s schedule, travel with them and are expected to be on call at almost …

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  • How to talk to your talent pool

    Seasoned hiring managers will understand the demographic and behaviours of their target audience. Is it Gen Z, Gen Y or Gen X? Or, are you looking for return-to-work mums? Whoever you’re targeting, the first rule of engaging with your Candidates …

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  • How to stay motivated during your job search

    Job hunting can be difficult. It’s time consuming, tiring and when unsuccessful, a source of frustration. And while you need to keep your productivity up, you also need to stay motivated. Use these tips to keep going until you reach your career …

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  • Five ways to outsmart your interviewer

    When you interview for a role that you really want, you simply can’t afford to bring anything less than your A-Game to the meeting. I’m sure that you will have read the job description carefully, picked your lucky outfit, and prepared your …

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