How do young people use social media to look for jobs?

06 April, 2016 by Reprezent

Currently, nearly 80% of young people aged 15 – 24 in the UK use social media. They visit social networking sites on a daily basis for various reasons including connecting with people and expressing their views. In particular, a number of young people we spoke to said that social media has become their primary source of up-to-date information including daily news and events. So, what does this mean when it comes to job seeking?


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Capitalising on Digital Influence in Retail

09 February, 2016 by Colin Jeffrey

The results are clear: digital influence continues to accelerate and shift the ground under the feet of retailers. Many retailers dramatically underestimate the influence of digital on in-store sales. Furthermore, they are caught in the digital divide of making investments in digital that primarily support their e-commerce business rather than their brick-and-mortar business.


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