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  • Where people want to work is changing
  • Where people want to work is changing
    Devin Trent (2014) ©
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Where people want to work is changing

Students of the 21st century are hungry for a career that can give them the world. Many are leaving school laden with ambition, entrepreneurial spirit and an impressive history of extracurricular activities, but can the career landscape really offer what they’re after?

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