Monthly Archives: March 2018

Skills and experience rejected by an algorithm

Today I’m feeling the crushing weight of rejection. And I’m reasonably confident that the rejection was delivered by an algorithm. I recently decided that the time was right for me to register for a freelance job website. A colleague had suggested that it would be a good way for me to smooth out the ebbs […]

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Why I signed up to PlainLanguagePro

Like most people in business, I get a seemingly endless trail of messages from people offering to save me money, make me more money, improve my skills, create new networks, re-energise my life, sell me something I can’t live without, help me find happiness, help me work smarter, or help me find my inner core. […]

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