GCSE/A-Level Results on Graduate Job Applications: thoughts?

I’m writing this in response to two graduate job applications that I have seen now that require a university degree to apply, as well as for you to stipulate all of your GCSE, AS & A2 results in your application – which, considering the DISASTROUS government grading algorithm during the pandemic, seems even more relevant.

Some of this has been taken directly from the cover letter I wrote whilst applying for one of the jobs – needless to say, I never heard back from the employer. If you’re somehow reading this, Palladian Publishing, consider sending out rejection emails to those unsuccessful; it is infuriating to receive no response from employers, although that often seems to be the norm and understandable considering many jobs have hundreds of applicants, but that doesn’t mean one can’t send out an auto-generated rejection to keep job seekers informed – but that’s a discussion for another time.

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Menstruation Station; the importance of intimate and sexual health!

So, if you have me on other social media, you’ve more than likely seen at lease one post where I’m promoting the importance of regular STD screening and how easy, confidential, and often free it is. Naturally, I’ve decided to write a post about it!

This post is going to get really bloody TMI, by the way, so enjoy!

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Feminine Body Hair: Learning to Love What Society Says We Shouldn’t

Are you female? Do you hate having body hair? Do you spend hours (and lots of money) shaving, waxing, scrubbing hair away from places you don’t want it- legs, arms, under-arms, etc? Yeah, same.

At least, I used to. Now, to put it simply, I really don’t give a toss about my body hair, and here’s why you shouldn’t either!

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Stuffing your wallet: earning money as a student.

It’s a worldwide fact: if you’re a student, then you’re most likely broke. Especially if Student Finance give you the minimum maintenance loan because of the ridiculous ‘means-tested’ system, therefore not even giving you enough money to cover your rent…

Like me!

I could go on and on about the penny-pinching fraudsters that are Student Finance England, but that’s not the point of this post; the point of this post, is to explore all the ways to make money on the side as a student! Whether you need a full, food and rent income, or just money for the sesh and other treats, here are some of the ways that I manage to line my pockets.

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