WYGU (When You Grow Up) has launched as a “Facebook for careers advice” – that’s their words not mine – and offers a mix of “social careers guidance”, development and e-mentoring. It’s founded by Alun Baker and is backed by £350,000 of Angel funding, which Baker says he’s matched.
The UK site’s noble aim is to help people avoid the trappings of what WYGU calls an “accidental career”, a familiar… → Read More
[UK] Does the UK really need another job hunting site? Apparently so, says PathMotion.
The Paris-based startup is targeting students and young professionals in the UK with its mix of career guidance and job vacancies. And considering that ‘youth’ unemployment in Britain is worryingly high, the site’s launch looks well timed, although it’s curious that a French company has chosen to launch this… → Read More