Monthly Archives: July 2018
on July 31, 2018in Childcare
Have you ever wondered what childcare looks like in different countries around the world? Do you think we pay too much for our childcare here in the UK? In this post, we take a look at childcare in five different countries across the globe. Which of these countries do you think has the best childcare?
According to research from Care.com and New America back in 2016, the avera...
In a report published by statistical body NHS Digital, a sixth of the population in England aged between 16 to 64 suffer from mental health problems.
But what is more worrying is that we are seeing a steady rise in the number of reported cases of patients being diagnosed with a mental health illness. The NHS Digital, Mental Health & Wellbeing in England, Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey has been conducted every 7 years since 1993, with the most recent one taking place in 2014. The results from these surveys show there is an evident rise in people having severe symptoms of common mental disorders.
on July 23, 2018in EducationGCSE results are important and that's the case whether you're a student, graduate or professional. More specifically, you will find that in most educational programmes or job roles, it will require a minimum C grade in Maths or English. This doesn't necessarily have to be a GCSE - it can be a GCSE equivalent instead. One of the most popular choices is sitting functional skills exams.
What to do if you failed your Maths or English GCSEIf you fail your GCSEs, it's not the end of the world. Instead, you can enrol onto a Functional Skills course in Maths, English or even ICT. Level 2 is equivalent to a grade C.
on July 19, 2018in Construction
How artificial intelligence is changing the construction industryArtificial intelligence, more frequently referred to as AI, is fast becoming an everyday worker in its own right. You'd be hard-pressed to find a sector that doesn't utilise artificial intelligence to some degree within its processes, and the construction sector is no exception. Machines possess the capacity to complete an array of tasks, from administration documents to physical tasks like bricklaying. The technology is also being used as an intrinsic part of design and planning within construction. In this article, we explore the manner in which robotics and artificial intelligence are changing the face of the construction industry, and if its implementation can build a more accur ...
- The different sectors and jobs in childcare
- Why it's a career industry worth joining
- The stigma surrounding men working in childcare
- Average earnings and working hours
- How you can progress in childcare
- What people working in childcare have to say
1. The Different Sectors of ChildcareThis industry has various sectors for people to work in. You could take on a ...
on July 10, 2018
Have you ever wanted to work from home? The idea of rolling out of bed whenever you want and working from home can seem like a dream come true. This is a thought many of us share when we see people working from home.
As someone who does work from home, I can reassure you that I do not simply get up whenever I want and start work in my pyjamas. So please do put that thought to bed.
Anyway I digress, it seems as if we'll see more people working from home in the near future. In a recent survey of business leaders at the Gl...
on July 02, 2018
With millennials now coming into the teaching profession, we're starting to notice some changes in the methods of teaching. Millennials are commonly known as the unique generation. As a millennial myself, we grew up with technology. We're well-versed with social media, smartphones and can easily adapt to the latest technological advancements.
But more importantly, millennials have broken down several walls of traditions, especially in teaching. Millennials are known to be outspoken and flexible and they are bringing these traits into the classroom....