As with any industry, recruitment isn’t necessarily for everyone. It takes the right approach, the right attitude and, ultimately, the right person in order to be successful. You might think that recruitment just consists of finding a good candidate, checking their credentials off against a list and voila, job done, but the process is far more thorough than that, and success requires a particular set of skills.
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Last year the number of businesses operating in the recruitment industry increased by 10 per cent, despite being challenged by Brexit, developing technologies and changes in tax and immigration laws. It’s predicted that the industry will continue to grow by another 5 per cent in 2020/21 – making this an incredibly exciting time to start your career in recruitment.
So, you’ve just graduated from university and you’re not sure where to go next. You know you want to work in technology, to be challenged every single day and to work in a fast-paced environment that’ll keep you on your toes. Candidate, meet DevOps.
In a whitepaper released in April 2019, the UK government outlined its plans to deal with the rising presence of harmful content online. The plan is to impose sanctions on platforms, namely ones like Facebook, Twitter and Reddit, to prevent them from hosting content adjudged to be harmful – be it terrorist related, indecent images of children, trolling or otherwise.
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