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Driven to great lengths: The strangest things young grads have done to get a job

An unemployed graduate has advertised her CV in a taxi in a desperate attempt to land an interview - but is this the weirdest gambit anyone has tried to get noticed?

Anthony Weiner with his communications director Barbara Morgan in New York last week

Anthony Weiner's election bid faces another set back after adviser Barbara Morgan attacks former intern

Anthony Weiner’s bid to be New York mayor has faced another major setback, after his Communication Director Barbara Morgan let rip at an intern after she penned a comment piece on the campaign.

Isn't it time to say yes to more experiences?

I’m graduating in less than two months. I didn’t see this one coming. Obviously, I am aware of the fact that time was limited to begin with but, somehow, I’ve gotten used to studying. That’s what I do. That’s all I’ve been doing since I was seven. Well, not really. In the last couple of years I’ve been saying “yes” a lot.

Horses in Mahmood al-Zarooni’s care were given steroids

Mahmood al-Zarooni accepts fate and drops his appeal

Disgraced Godolphin trainer decides to abandon plea against length of eight-year ban

Undergrads: Stop thinking. Start acting outside the box

It feels like a rough time to be a graduate in most parts of the world. In some parts of Europe, the youth unemployment rate is around 50 per cent of the 16-24 demographic. In the UK, if you look at three of your friends, chances are that one of you will not have a job after graduation. The world where you land your dream job after graduation simply does not exist anymore. It is not enough to be just a university graduate.

Max Kpakio, 36, has told an employment tribunal that he was discriminated against by Virgin Atlantic because of his name.

Liberian man claims he wasn't offered a job by Virgin Atlantic because of his African name

He claims when he sent a worse CV with an English name, he was offered an interview and treated differently

The leak on Total's Elgin PUQ platform led to the evacuation of all 238 workers

Work resumes on Elgin North Sea drilling platform 50 weeks after gas leak evacuation

The UK’s vast Elgin gas field in the North Sea has resumed production almost a year after a leak forced a major shutdown, French operator Total said today.

Cyclone Rusty heads for Australian north west

Australia's major iron ore port was shut down and residents along a remote stretch of the country's west coast ordered to take shelter as a powerful cyclone bore down on the region today, bringing drenching rains and lashing winds.

Cameron, Clegg and Miliband meet for Leveson talks

Prime Minister David Cameron met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband this afternoon for the latest round of cross-party talks on the Leveson Report on press regulation.

Brother bother: Eniola Aluko (left) helped Sone to leave financially stricken Rangers with her first class law degree

A family united but heading in different directions

Eniola Aluko plays for England while sibling Sone represents Nigeria, but big sister was still on hand to help her little brother get out of Glasgow

US political pundits begin scouring Wikipedia pages for hints over the identity of Mitt Romney's pick for potential Vice President

Breathe easy, Donald Trump is not going to be the Republican running mate in the presidential election and has no chance of ever being one heartbeat away from controlling America’s nuclear codes. We know this because his profile on Wikipedia, the encyclopaedia site, hasn’t been touched in weeks.

Game over: Stephanie Houghton reflects on Team GB's quarter-final exit after a disappointing defeat by Canada

Women hope for Olympic effect to last

Promising future for game in Britain despite premature exit for Hope Powell's Team GB

How to find a work experience placement

Like it or not, work experience is one of the hurdles you have to clear when looking for a career these days. Sophie Warnes shows you how to land a placement

Robinsons Fruit Shoot recall to cost Britvic £25m

The maker of Robinsons Fruit Shoot today warned the profit impact of recalling packs with a new cap design is set to rise to up to £25 million.

A detective from the Met's Sapphire sex crime unit has been detained

Rape detective's arrest sparks Met review of 63 cases

The Metropolitan police is reviewing 63 sex-crime investigations dating back more than two years after a detective on its specialist rape-inquiry team was arrested over allegations of falsifying crime records.

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