Should I learn to code? That is a question I have been asking myself for a while now. As an intern in the digital sector and a recent graduate who was job hunting,  I  witness first hand the demand increase for digitally skilled employees, who can create and implement technology. Read more about The War for Talent What can I do? Learn to code or program, even at a basic level. It complements your skill set and makes you stand out among other candidates. Plus, it helps develop your logical thinking and basic understanding of computer science. Governments have realized the importance of coding and, in recent years, added coding to the

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Should I learn to code? That is a question I have been asking myself for a while now. As an intern in the digital sector and a recent graduate who was job hunting,  I  witness first hand the demand increase for digitally skilled employees, who can create and implement technology. Read more about The War for Talent What can I do? Learn to code or program, even at a basic level. It complements your skill set and makes you stand out among other candidates. Plus, it helps develop your logical thinking and basic understanding of computer science. Governments have realized the importance of coding and, in recent years, added coding to the

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Situated south of Italy, lies a small yet surprising Island that boasts a welcoming climate and a strong and stable economy. I have been living in Malta on and off for the past 5 years. My experiences on this little slab of paradise have been unforgettable and why I keep coming back. I grew up in the South of Wales; a lush, green, wet-sheep ridden country, extremely different culturally and geologically from Malta. If you are in mind set where you need a change of scenery, a fresh start or a new challenge, then Malta is a country I would consider relocating. 5 best reasons to live in Malta 1. Almost everyone

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Situated south of Italy, lies a small yet surprising Island that boasts a welcoming climate and a strong and stable economy. I have been living in Malta on and off for the past 5 years. My experiences on this little slab of paradise have been unforgettable and why I keep coming back. I grew up in the South of Wales; a lush, green, wet-sheep ridden country, extremely different culturally and geologically from Malta. If you are in mind set where you need a change of scenery, a fresh start or a new challenge, then Malta is a country I would consider relocating. 5 best reasons to live in Malta 1. Almost everyone

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As a recent graduate, I have been thrown into the uncertainty that comes with it, unemployment. I find myself part of a generation of students that enter the working world debt-burdened and scrambling for a barista job just to pay the bills. As a result, we realize the jobs our degree is supposed to bring are either out of reach or no longer appealing. What to do Now? Having accepted that piece of paper and tossed that hat with a sense of freedom and expectation, there might come a moment when the reality of the situation sinks in. Suddenly you realize, the dream graduate job doesn’t exist, your parents will no longer fund drunken exploits and dietary requirements of chicken

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As a recent graduate, I have been thrown into the uncertainty that comes with it, unemployment. I find myself part of a generation of students that enter the working world debt-burdened and scrambling for a barista job just to pay the bills. As a result, we realize the jobs our degree is supposed to bring are either out of reach or no longer appealing. What to do Now? Having accepted that piece of paper and tossed that hat with a sense of freedom and expectation, there might come a moment when the reality of the situation sinks in. Suddenly you realize, the dream graduate job doesn’t exist, your parents will no longer fund drunken exploits and dietary requirements of chicken

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