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Are you on the digital bus?

One of my former employers always used to say ‘Are you on the bus or are you off the bus? The bus is leaving’. So I was very interested to read this blog by Michael Foy on O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing – Do publishers have the right people on the bus? I am […]

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New Careers Resource

The Publisher’s Association (PA) have updated their website and added a new careers resource – Working in Publishing. The plan is to develop it over the next few months, with more career profiles and information about working in the industry. If you want to know more about individual roles within the industry, do take a […]

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Attacking the Skills Shortage in Publishing

Whilst going through our archives, I found this article and have republished it with only a slight edit to remove one statistic. Please read through, and let us know how relevant you think it is to today’s job market. Attacking the skills shortage in publishing Suzanne Collier on why we should care better not only […]

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Does anyone ever suggest publishing as a career option?

Last year the Government appointed a Select Committee to assess the availability and access to careers guidance for those still within the school system. The report has just been published and its findings are not good.  The report states that ‘career services within schools have deteriorated and without urgent intervention from Government they are likely […]

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