Careers Blog

Welcome to the EmptyLemon blog - your first port of call for the latest careers and recruitment information.

Remember that our blog isnt just for entertainment - because EmptyLemon is a leading jobs site. We are here to help you progress up the career ladder - as well as arm you with the latest information.

Employer spotlight:  careers with WH Smith

WH Smith are one of the UK’s largest retailers, with over 14,000 staff working in 600 high street stores and 750 travel shops in airports and train stations, selling a range of books, stationery and gifts.

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What are the apprenticeship opportunities in the insurance industry?

The UK insurance industry employs around 315,000 people and is the largest in Europe, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).  Insurance is available for everything from business insurance for professional liability, marine, aviation and oil and gas, to personal insurance for car, life, health, home contents and even for pets.


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Avoid the summertime blues in your job search

The good old British summertime is here, surely this means that the jobs market will slow down until September.  With some planning, you can avoid the summertime job hunting blues.

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If you do two things today on EmptyLemon, do these!

We launched our new website, candidate matching solution and enhanced CV search last week.   If you only do two things on EmptyLemon today, make sure they are these.

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Jobseekers: how to get the most out of our new CV matching solution

We have had a great week here at EmptyLemon… we have launched our new CV matching solution to selected clients. It is exciting news for candidates too, so we have put together some quick tips to help you get your CV noticed by employers.

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Is the world ready for a Tinder style job hunting app?

A Tinder style app for finding a job has just launched.  Will it prove a hit with jobseekers, or will they ‘swipe left’ to ignore?


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