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It can be tough to predict what sort of question you'll be asked at a job interview, but what do you do if a prospective employer asks you what type of dinosaur you'd like to be?

A new study by the Association of Accounting Technicians has revealed some of the more unusual questions that have cropped up at interviews, covering everything


15:58 Fri 27 Feb 2015
Train FGW First Great Western has been named Rail Business of the Year at an industry awards ceremony. The rail operator won in four categories at the Rail Business Awards 2015 in London last night. It also
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16:27 Wed 25 Feb 2015
No 5 A unique late night champagne and cocktail lounge is finally set to open in Windsor almost a year after planning permission was granted. No 5 St Leonards Road, in St Leonards Road, will open its
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09:12 Wed 25 Feb 2015
Theresa May MP with leaders of Abbott UK Workers at the Abbott UK headquarters have recieved a visit from Theresa May. The MP for Maidenhead met staff and leaders of the healthcare company before answering questions at the Vanwall Business Park offices. Mrs
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12:41 Mon 23 Feb 2015
Last year's Thames Valley Expo The 'growing' Thames Valley Expo is returning with conferences in Reading and Windsor. Last year's event attracted 210 exhibitors to Windsor Racecourse on Thursday, June 10 , with 18 Keynote speakers, 21 workshops, nine 'speed networking'
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17:20 Thu 26 Feb 2015
Framing A framing company which began life in Twyford has done so well that the owners have opened up a new shop in King Street in Maidenhead. Crazy About Framing, a subsidiary of sports memorabilia company
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14:45 Wed 25 Feb 2015
money Nearly 700,000 people in the UK list zero-hours contracts as their main job, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). A report released today shows 697,000 people said they
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16:20 Tue 24 Feb 2015
Clare Vincent and Gina Walter A pair of technological-minded mums have set up an online social media site for 'tweens'. TotallyTween, which is set to launch on March 27, has a target market of eight to 12-year-olds and aims to
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12:00 Tue 17 Feb 2015
Books The British public would rather work as an author or librarian than be an Olympic athlete, Hollywood movie star or Formula 1 driver, according to a new survey. YouGov research has found author is the
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