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New Feature - Featured Job
Date: 02/17/2012

We have pleasure in letting you know about a small but important enhancement on our sites.

With effect frm today we now offer a "Featured Job" listing.

Featured Jobs appear on the homepage is rotation and will give you added exposure for your job listing.

We will be offering this service to existing and new companies with effect from today 17th February 2012.

In addition to this, set up an account with us during the month of February 2012 and we will GIVE YOU 5 FREE Featured Job listings to say "Welcome"

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The Actuary Career Path
Date: 11/29/2011

The Actuary Career Path

Actuaries are experts in assessment of risk, and utilise technology and tried and true methods of analysis. Traditionally, most actuaries have found positions at insurance companies and pension programs, assessing plan solvency and fitness. Non-traditional employment among actuaries is on the rise, especially in specialisms such as professional trustees, finance and consulting.

Finance Actuary

Actuaries working in this field use tables, predicitve models, theories and statistical methods to predict financial and economic outcomes of future events, including insolvency and operational risk

Professional Trustee

After many years of experience in the finance industry, an actuary may specialise to become a “professional trustee” which involves sitting on pension scheme boards and ensuring the fund is run appropriately. Professional trustees are sometimes referred to as “independent trustees” as they are not related to either the trust grantor or its beneficiaries.

Casualty Actuary

Actuaries working in the specialism of casualty analyse catastrophic risks that can happen to people or tangible property. These include insurance for auto, homes, commercial properties, medical malpractise, deeds and titles, product liability, work related injury, terrorism and acts of war.

Life, Health and Pension Actuary

Actuaries specialising in pensions deal with the risk of mortality and morbidity of individuals. These actuaries produce and sell products including life insurance, mortgage and credit insurance, annuities and pensions, short and longterm disability insurance, long term care insurance for old age and medcal, dental and health care savings accounts. Actuaries in this specialism determine what rate a person will pay for any of these insurance programs based on the individual's answers to a set of questions that quantify their level of morbidity or mortality.

Consulting Actuary

Actuaries with significant knowledge of specialised industries such as health, technology or finance often take a position consulting in these fields. Work in these non-traditional areas includes assisting a corporation when it offers stocks or securities, when it releases a new product or service or when it takes over another company.

Expert Witness

Actuaries who have spent time in a finance career path may utilise their years of experience to become a professional witness in the courts. Here, actuaries apply their analytic skills to determine the amount of lost wages or lost profits due to criminal actions against an individual or corporation. Their findings are used by a jury to award damages to victims or families.


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Finding a job in advertising
Date: 10/31/2011

Finding a job in advertising

Advertising is a field that a large number of people want to make their way in to; it’s creative and strategic, logical and quirky. However, its popularity means it’s becoming more and more difficult to find a job in advertising – particularly if you’re looking for an entry level position. Whilst there’s no guarantee that any of the following tips will definitely ensure you find your idea role – here are some great ways to find those elusive jobs in advertising!

Work out what position you’re interested in: within the advertising industry, jobs titles include designer, strategist, planner, account handler, market researcher, and project manager – amongst others. Do your research; work out where your skills would be best utilised and what positions you’re most interested in before you begin to apply. Knowing your desired job role not only shows you’ve looked into all the options, it also illustrates that you have a passion for the industry.

Do some work experience. This doesn’t just look great on your CV, it will also confirm to yourself that you really do want a job in advertising. Rather than applying to the big, multinational companies first, see if there are any local agencies who would offer work experience. The more work experience you do, the more skills you’ll gain – but remember, it’s important to be able to show how each placement has helped your development.

Find out what tools are used in your chosen job role – and familiarise yourself with them! Some computer software used in advertising is free – like Google Analytics – whilst other tools, like PhotoShop, may be costly but will be worthwhile mastering. Find out what’s being used in your ideal job, and once you feel comfortable with it, add a line to your CV, stating your level of proficiency.

Set up a LinkedIn profile, and join some advertising related groups. LinkedIn is the online equivalent of a CV, where employers can take a look at the skills of a potential employee, and individuals can network to find others in similar roles to their own. Groups on LinkedIn allow users to chat about current trends – and with new advertising campaigns launching ever day, this is particularly useful for keeping up with industry news!

Make sure that your CV and any correspondence you have with an advertising agency or potential employer is triple-checked. You’re looking for a job in advertising, where attention to detail is key, regardless of what position you’re interested in. Things like typos, poor grammar or hard to read font are all reasons that your CV may end up at the bottom of the pile – so check, check and check again.

A first advertising job can be hard to find – and if you are offered a job, be aware that it may be a very junior role – so be prepared to work your way up from the bottom! However, if you’re creative, bright and have a real interest in influencing people – maybe advertising is for you!

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News From The BBC

BBC News - UK

The latest stories from the UK section of the BBC News web site.

Commission to urge Scottish tax power
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:53:04 GMT

The commission on devolving powers to the Scottish Parliament is to recommend full control over income tax rates and bands, the BBC understands.

US planes 'may use British carrier'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 01:09:00 GMT

The Royal Navy wants to ask American squadrons to fly off its new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, because of delays to the introduction of Britain?s new F35B fighters, BBC Newsnight learns.

Embassy protesters condemn shooting
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:24:25 GMT

Hundreds demonstrate outside the US embassy in London in protest at the decision not to prosecute a police officer for killing black teenager Michael Brown in Missouri.

GPs 'failing' to find liver disease
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 01:39:36 GMT

Early detection of liver disease by GPs in the UK is "virtually non-existent", leading medical experts warn.

Child sex abuse care place shortage
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 23:59:38 GMT

A report reveals councils are having to phone around England to find places to accommodate children at risk of sexual exploitation.

Many elderly 'struggle' at home
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:07:15 GMT

Thousands of older people in England are struggling in their own home with little or no help, research suggests.

Syrian refugee resettlement 'woeful'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:48:57 GMT

The government has made a "woefully inadequate" attempt to resettle Syrian refugees, high-profile charities and aid agencies say, as new immigration figures are released.

Guidelines favour weight loss ops
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 01:06:42 GMT

People diagnosed with diabetes linked to obesity should be assessed for weight loss surgery, according to updated NHS guidelines.

Fifth of millennium babies 'obese'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 01:57:27 GMT

One in five children born at the start of the millennium was obese by the age of 11, according to a major study.

GSK hails Ebola vaccine breakthrough
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 22:00:03 GMT

Sir Andrew Witty says "tantalising" prospect of viable vaccine becoming available next year

Weak academies under 'close watch'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:33:14 GMT

Schools minister David Laws says academies need better supervision and calls for an end to "open warfare" between politicians and teachers.

Power blackouts 'threat to economy'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:00:20 GMT

The UK would face "severe economic consequences" if there was a significant disruption to the supply of electricity, says the Royal Academy of Engineering.

'Exciting' bladder cancer drug trial
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:25:43 GMT

A trial to help the immune system fight bladder cancer is showing "exciting" results with tumours completely disappearing in some patients.

Brits voters give tips for 2015
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:47:14 GMT

New acts George The poet, James Bay and Years and Years are being tipped for success in 2015 after being shortlisted for the Brits Critics' Choice Award.

Tennis star Andy Murray gets engaged
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:54:45 GMT

Tennis star Andy Murray has got engaged to his long-term girlfriend Kim Sears, his agent has confirmed.

Huge cocaine haul found in furniture
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:33:04 GMT

Police discover one of the biggest amounts of cocaine ever found in Northern Ireland in a delivery of furniture.

Minister warns of major job losses
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:27:36 GMT

Finance Minister Simon Hamilton warns of "considerable" job losses in the public sector, but cannot put an exact figure on cuts through voluntary redundancy.

Care home boss guilty of child abuse
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:12:23 GMT

A former children's homes boss is found guilty of 26 charges of sexually abusing youngsters in Wrexham.

Contaminated petrol inquiry launched
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:06:00 GMT

Murco is investigating how contaminated fuel was delivered to west Wales supermarkets from its Milford Haven refinery.

Renewables 'biggest power source'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:27:30 GMT

Renewable power has overtaken nuclear to become the main source of electricity in Scotland, according to the latest figures.

Football broadcaster Montford dies
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 21:02:51 GMT

Former Scottish football broadcaster Arthur Montford, best known for STV's Scotsport programme, has died aged 85.

Richard III reburial appeal starts
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 19:48:08 GMT

A public appeal to raise part of the 2.5m cost of the reinterment of Richard III is launched.

Boy's injuries 'like top-floor fall'
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:04:16 GMT

Fatal internal injuries suffered by a 22-month-old boy were like those caused by "a fall from the top floor of a house", his parents' murder trial hears.

Ludogorets Razgrad 2-2 Liverpool
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 22:13:46 GMT

Liverpool are a win away from reaching the Champions League last 16, despite conceding a late equaliser at Ludogorets.

England beaten despite Moeen century
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:05:23 GMT

Moeen Ali makes his maiden century but England lose to Sri Lanka by 25 runs in the opening one-day international in Colombo.

Champions League: Who needs what?
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 23:54:07 GMT

BBC Sport's in-depth guide of what Manchester City, Liverpool and the rest need to do in the final round of Champions League group games.

Six unexpected WW1 battlegrounds
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 00:23:52 GMT

Not all crucial battles in World War One took place on the muddy fields of Europe - some were fought in little-known places much further afield.

The Taliban's psychiatrist
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 00:20:11 GMT

The war that brought the Afghan Taliban to power in the 1990s left many of them in need of psychological treatment - they turned to Dr Nader Alemi for help.

The strange world of the 'head shop'
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 03:12:24 GMT

Cannabis is illegal and yet in the UK shops selling cannabis paraphernalia operate openly on the High Street.

Concerns over terror exclusion plans
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:15:18 GMT

The UK's reviewer of terrorism laws raises concerns about plans to exclude people from the UK if they go abroad to fight with extremist groups, as a new counter-terror bill is published

Fall in council tax collection rates
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:11:04 GMT

Nearly 750m in council tax went unpaid last year, as collection rates fall for only the second time.

Lansley 'nominated for top UN role'
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:13:53 GMT

David Cameron reportedly suggests former health secretary Andrew Lansley to fill one of the UN's most influential roles.

VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:06:02 GMT

MPs take evidence on flood risk management.

VIDEO: Magazine for drug users goes on sale
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 21:37:12 GMT

A magazine which allows drug users to make money to fund their habit has gone on sale in east London.

AUDIO: Drunk honeymooner 'sorry', says brother
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 20:26:00 GMT

A honeymooner who was taken off a flight in Bermuda after becoming drunk is 'sorry and ashamed', says his brother.

VIDEO: Lee Rigby family on Facebook 'failure'
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:26:57 GMT

Two members of murdered fusilier Lee Rigby's family say a government report into his killing has given them someone to blame.

VIDEO: Movember moustache praise from PM
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:13:20 GMT

David Cameron remarks on the look of Tory MPs Jake Berry and Jason McCartney, sporting Movember moustaches.

VIDEO: Unsafe Christmas toys seized at Dover
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:55:10 GMT

Thousands of dangerous and counterfeit goods have been prevented from entering the UK after they were seized by Kent County Council Trading Standards from a huge consignment entering Dover Docks.

VIDEO: 'I found rare Shakespeare Folio'
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:41:24 GMT

Librarian and Medieval literature expert Rmy Cordonnier tells the BBC about the moment he discovered a rare and valuable William Shakespeare First Folio.

VIDEO: Sharp rise in 'revenge evictions'
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 11:54:32 GMT

There has been a sharp rise in the number of people asking for help from Citizens Advice because they feel they have been unfairly evicted from rented accommodation.

VIDEO: MP woke from coma and asked to pay bill
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 15:10:57 GMT

An MP described awaking from a coma in a US hospital to a phone call asking how he was going to settle his bill.

Somerset flood spend 'driven by politics', say experts
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 02:56:44 GMT

Was campaign to guard Somerset Levels driven by politics or science?

Photography's history to go on show
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 03:02:03 GMT

The history of photography goes on display

Russia sanctions hitting UK firms
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:19:15 GMT

How sanctions against Russia are hitting UK businesses

How cricket helmets changed
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:42:28 GMT

Do cricket helmets do enough to protect the head?

Has the imagination disappeared from Lego?
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:22:52 GMT

Do the sets designed by Lego discourage imagination?

Learning the facts about learning
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:10:47 GMT

Are we completely wrong about how to educate children?

Richard Stead: Breaking the cycle of poor literacy
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 04:08:40 GMT

What can be done to break cycle of poor reading and writing skills?

Federal UK and 2m gastric ops - front pages
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 00:20:27 GMT

Scottish devolution and weight loss surgery on the front pages