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GO Wales - Services - Careers Advice and Information
... GO Wales services are primarily delivered by University Careers services who have Careers Advisers to provide careers advice and guidance to eligible ...
Christine Chapman - Career
... She worked as a teacher, school careers adviser, and Compact Manager with Mid-Glamorgan Education Business Partnership ... non-Executive Director of Mid-Glamorgan Careers Ltd ... She obtained professional membership of the Institute of Careers Guidance ...
Shauna Baker - Career - Modeling
... The twins manage their own model careers, and have been featured in several magazines ... In managing their careers Shannon stated with her sister "We firmly believe that First Nations people need to be represented in mainstream media a lot more, and feel that ... We want to work harder and so, we aren't going to take our clothes off just to boost our careers ...
Leo Soekoto - Careers
... On 15 November 1966 he was called to Jakarta by the then Archbishop of Jakarta, Adrianus Djajasepoetra, as the Secretary of Archdiose of Jakarta ... On 25 November 1967, he became the Vicar General of Archdiocese of Jakarta while he was also a priest in Blok B parish, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta ...
The Careers Group, University Of London - The Organisation Today - Personnel
... there are approximately 35 permanent careers advisers and 35 permanent support and commercial staff who are employed by the University of London ... Careers advisers are allocated to one or more college careers service or to C2 and the Consultancy unit ...

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    So much of the trouble is because I am a woman. To me it seems a very terrible thing to be a woman. There is one crown which perhaps is worth it all—a great love, a quiet home, and children. We all know that is all that is worthwhile, and yet we must peg away, showing off our wares on the market if we have money, or manufacturing careers for ourselves if we haven’t.
    Ruth Benedict (1887–1948)