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The reed.co.uk who can help you change your current role or guide you through a career change and make sure you are on the path you want to be.flirtatious fun of summer has come to an end…and there’s a little life reflection that comes with the change in season. Come January, people will have new aspirations and career goals, so get ahead and think on it now. So, whether you are after a new job, a complete career change, or want to learn some new skills, you’re going to need some time to think on it, do some research and workout a plan. If you find yourself thinking ‘Yes, do I you need a change’…then visit
We’ve come up with some places to do that from that are a hub of activity and can inspire and encourage you to put in the effort. Here’s our LOTI list of places to work from, use the free wi-fi and not be asked to move if you’ve not ordered more than a glass of water all day…
THE HOXTON HOLBORN
After a bombastic opening early in 2015 the second London hotel from the Hoxton group has become a beacon for freelancers, business people, bloggers and creatives who use their open lobby space and comfy couches to get some work done. The wi-fi is free, no password needed and the Hubbard and Bell cafe caters for any cravings needed for creativity with everything from cold press juices to croissants.
The Hoxton Holborn, 199-206 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BD
BARBER & PARLOUR
Not just a grooming space for men and women, B&P also has a very relaxing and practical set up for working, with other like minded people all doing the same. The staff are super friendly and the food options are decent. Grab a sofa to make sure you can plug in before your laptop dies and if you want the wi-fi, you could just ask, or we could tell you the password… ’65redchurch’. The grilled cheese sandwich is an absolute dream, just don’t have it before you need to do any work.
Barber & Parlour, 64-66 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP
The Boffin Basement is open to all, you sign up and are given a membership card…for FREE. You are then free to come and go at Google HQ whenever you please…how about that? The basement cafe has a small terrace area and cafe. It is comfortable and full of start ups and super geeks that talk about coding coding coding. Whether you think they are geeks or not, they are damn clever and making the most out of the space, maybe their genius will rub off on you. Google HQ, has a nice ring to it too don’t you think.
Google Campus, 4-5 Bonhill St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4BX
Within spitting distance of Old Street Roundabout, Shoreditch Grind is one of those cool coffee hangouts where people watching should be funded to become a TV show. If you wanted to feel inspired to get something done, then just take a look at the array of people walking by…
213 Old Street, London, EC1V 9NR
LOOK MUM NO HANDS
London Fields is full of freelancers, artists, creatives and general weirdness which is why it is so great. Look Mum No Hands at The Trampery isn’t just about bikes, bikes, bikes, it is also a coffee house serving food with plenty of desk space to house your MacBook pro. Where you can don your Dre Beats and write an email to the CEO of Apple saying they should make you head of a new department you’ve not yet thought of. Seriously, what have you got to lose?
Look Mum No Hands, 125-127 Mare Street, London, E8 3RH
Head over to reed.co.uk, who have can offer advice on finding the right job for you along with guides on changing career and the tools to help ensure when you do make your next job application.