Popular Reads In 2015
With 2016 well and truly underway, we took a look back at the most popular articles from MyPlus Students’ Club in 2015.
Living and working with depression
Afsa Ahmeds candid testimony of being a law student suffering from depression was the most read article from 2015. Afsa stresses the importance of surrounding yourself with people who can help you cope and thrive despite of your disability.
What Aspergers graduates need to know
Our second most read article of 2015 was for those with Aspergers applying for jobs, offering many useful pointers to help those with Asperger’s navigate an application process. The focus is on playing to your strengths.
Disability on The Apprentice
Our third most read article of 2015 tells the story of Richard Woods, The Apprentice candidate who withheld details of suffering from strokes prior to appearing on Lord Sugars popular show. Helen Cooke encourages employers to promote openness among applicants to avoid others risking their health in the same way as Woods in order to fulfill a career dream.