Working Life

How Dyslexia Drives Success in Entrepreneurs

By | September 3rd, 2015|Working Life|

People are shocked when I tell them that the number of books I've read cover-to-cover can be counted on my fingers. After been diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 10, I felt hindered and frustrated [...]

Question Corner #5: Designer Needs Help with Writing

By | August 20th, 2015|Help and Advice, Working Life|

Dear Question Corner, I need some help when it comes to writing I find it really difficult because I am not good with reading, spelling and grammar. For two weeks I’ve been working as a designer [...]

Question Corner #3: No Access to Assistive Tech

By | July 9th, 2015|Help and Advice, Working Life|

Dear Question Corner, I am currently between jobs and am actively looking for a new role. In my previous role my boss kindly provided text to speech and auto correct software to help with my written [...]

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 5

By | July 3rd, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

To help you navigate the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. We’ve teamed up with TARGETjobs to bring you this 5 part blog post on dyslexic graduate job hunting. Read other posts [...]

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 4

By | July 2nd, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

To help you navigate the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. We’ve teamed up with Target Jobs to bring you this 5 part blog post on dyslexic graduate job hunting. Read other [...]

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 3

By | June 30th, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

To help you navigate the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. We’ve teamed up with Target Jobs to bring you this 5 part blog post. Read other posts in this series here. [...]

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 2

By | June 28th, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

To help you navigate the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. We’ve teamed up with Target Jobs to bring you this 5 part blog post. Read other posts in this series here. [...]

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 1

By | June 28th, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

As a dyslexic graduate, for the first time you may be facing the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. Leaving the relatively nurturing environment of university and stepping into a world where [...]

Exceptional Individuals

By | June 5th, 2015|Help and Advice, Student Life, Working Life|

Over the next couple of month’s 1000’s of students will find themselves on the job market for the very first time. The first full-time position most will find themselves in is job hunting itself. After a [...]

Question Corner #1: I Fear for my Job After Disclosing to my Manager

By | April 24th, 2015|Help and Advice, Working Life|

At The Codpast not only do we create the best freaking Dyslexic content on the planet. We also strive to create the biggest, best and most supportive online community for students and adult dyslexics. One way [...]

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