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  • Do The Marketing Strategies Of Old Still Work?
    There is no doubt that marketing has seen a big change over the last decade or so. This has seen digital marketing become increasingly key as more consumers lead a digital lifestyle. What about traditional marketing methods that you used pre-digital?
  • We wanted to highlight some top-line signs and symptoms to look out for if you're worried about a colleague. With a little knowledge and empathy, you really can make all the difference to someone's mental health experience at work:
  • According to the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE), the self-employed sector now includes approximately 4.8 million people, with freelancers comprising 42% of that population and 6% of the UK workforce as a whole. Here is a look at some of the key demographics ...
  • If you come across as extremely nervous in an interview, it can have a negative effect on your performance which isn't ideal, especially if you’re keen on the role. So what can you do to calm your nerves before and during an interview:
  • When we think of bullies, we tend to think of the school playground, of teasing and of violence. Workplace bullying IS a thing and you might not even realise that certain behaviours count.
  • Ever thought about relocating? Today we want to chat to you about Cyprus, and why we think you should consider a move out to this beautiful, Mediterranean island.
  • If you're coming up to graduation and you're considering marketing as a career, check out this interview with giffgaff gameplan's Charlotte Yau on how she found herself in her Senior Marketing Executive position:
  • Our guest author for Mental Health Awareness Week shares their story about working with anxiety. Hopefully you can relate and feel inspired that you can recover whilst working full-time:
  • Mental illness affects 1 in 4 people in the UK, and if you haven’t experienced it yourself, you’re likely to know someone who has. It doesn't discriminate, so make sure you look after yourself at work with our top tips:
  • The month of May at Only Marketing Jobs is Workplace Wellbeing month, and to kick it off we’re looking at ways you can improve your physical health at work. What can do you to keep yourself active today?
  • At Ignite Digital Talent we have gained a great deal of experience and knowledge about the job interview process and how you can best win the hearts and minds of your prospective employers -- by asking the right questions!
  • My April highlight was a returning to Liverpool to attend Aintree Races. Grand National weekend is one of my favourite times of the year. I am usually not one for betting, but if I go to the races I want to get involved.
  • It’s becoming more and more common for employers to check out their candidates online, so what can you do for your personal brand to improve your employability?
  • Graduation is possibly one of the most satisfying moments in any student's life, but what happens when it's all over? Make a plan for yourself, post-graduation, with some of these ideas:
  • Marketing within the Technology Sector returned this April for a breakfast and it did not disappoint. Check out what happened on the morning as well as some of the key takeaways here:
  • Phone interviews are nothing to worry about, but it’s important to be well-equipped and prepared for the possibility of one, especially if you really want the job or grad scheme that might lie at the end of the road. So, you wanted some tips?
  • Interviews are challenging at the best of times, but even more so if English isn't your first language. Check out these brilliant tips on how to ace your next English language interview:
  • With just a couple of months to go until you’re finished, what skills are going to help you when looking for your first graduate marketing job? 
  • It’s all about the Easter Egg Hunts. There are lots of Egg Hunts and activities for the kids to get involved in over the Easter Bank Holiday, but what about us? Here at OMJ we are all big kids and don’t think the adults should miss out.
  • To show our support for cake, something we’ve had a longstanding relationship with here at OMJ, we thought we’d share our top 4 reasons why cake in the office should be an essential. It’s lit.