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WYGU Offers Careers Advice And E-Mentoring Based On Your Career DNA

December 6th, 2010 12:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

WYGU (When You Grow Up) has launched as a “Facebook for careers advice” – that’s their words not mine – and offers a mix of “social careers guidance”, development and e-mentoring. It’s founded by Alun Baker and is backed by £350,000 of Angel funding, which Baker says he’s matched.

The UK site’s noble aim is to help people avoid the trappings of what WYGU calls an “accidental career”, a familiar situation for many whereby they fall into a particular job or career without it being something that they’re passionate about but, ultimately, end up being stuck doing.

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