Entries by Aileen O'Hagan

Is AI in recruitment good for diversity?

As recruiters start to rely more and more on automated technologies to select and hire candidates, Equate Scotland wants employers to be aware of the impact artificial intelligence could be having on the diversity of the candidates selected. Recruiting a new employee is a notoriously expensive and laborious process. By the time you take into […]

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The Equate CV Hub

The Equate CareerHub turns 1 this month and to celebrate we have set up a brand new service to support women looking for opportunities in STEM. The Equate CV Hub. We recognise that writing a CV can be difficult for a number of reasons.  It requires a great deal of self –reflection. You are required […]

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5 minutes with… A Software Developer

My name is Chloe and I joined Scott Logic, a software development company based in Edinburgh,  through its Graduate Programme. I benefitted from a fantastic induction programme, support from a mentor, and the opportunity to work on challenging projects that stretched me and gave me hands-on experience. Looking back on the questions I had when […]

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New Year, New Job, New You

Happy New Year from all of us at the Equate Careerhub. We have an ambitious New Year’s resolution for 2019. We want to help women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) find a job or opportunity where they can grow, learn and develop in an inclusive and welcoming work environment. Fewer than 30% of women who […]

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5 minutes with… Stephen Ingledew, Chief Executive, FinTech Scotland

  Over the next 10 years Scotland wants to be one of the top 5 global FinTech centres in the world. This is being led by Stephen Ingledew, Chief Executive of FinTech Scotland along with other key partners in the financial services industry and Scottish Government. It’s ambitious, but Scotland has a history of innovation on its side. […]

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Welcome to the Equate Careerhub!

Welcome to the Equate Careerhub! The Careerhub is Scotland’s first job board designed for women working and studying STEM. Currently, it is estimated that only around 25% of the STEM sector are women and 73% of female STEM graduates eventually leave. Yet, we know diversity is important for a country’s economic and social success. Not only […]