Emily is a writer, editor and all-round grammar nerd who looks after Tiger’s content needs. A born and bred Sydneysider, she made the move to London after spending a quarter of a century on home soil.
A life-long addiction to the power of words has influenced most of her life decisions, including her university studies. Emily completed a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Journalism and a Masters of Publishing and Editing.
Soon enough, she found herself writing and thinking about food as a Deputy Editor at a boutique culinary publisher in Melbourne. Nearly three years later, she followed the rest of her countrymen to London, bringing with her a coffee snobbery and tendency to call vegetables by the wrong name.
These days, in between jaunts to the European mainland, she’s writing, editing, strategizing and analysing all of Tiger’s content, ensuring that it complements long-term business objectives.
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Latest Insights by Emily Jacobs
Hiring in London: what you need to know
As one of London’s leading job recruitment agencies, we have a unique insight into the hiring trends that affect the secretarial job market. The data from Tiger’s 2019 Salary and Benefits Review revealed the effect developments such as Brexit and the continuing low unemployment rate have had on hiring, with a number of surprising statistics. If
Podcast: How to become a private PA
One of the most popular questions we receive from PAs and executive assistants is ‘how do I become a private PA?‘ With a reputation for being a glamourous career with the potential for overseas travel, we can see why! However, the reality is very different. Working as a private household PA can be far less appealing
Finding secretarial jobs in London without the stress
If you’ve recently moved to London it may have come to your attention that it is absolutely huge! Unlike many cities where the core business activity is localised to the central business district, London is sprawling – as are its businesses. Depending on your interests, you can choose between the financial services district in the
The ladder of learning: Encouraging career progression
Gone are the days of ladder-like career progression, where a trainee or entry-level assistant would slowly work up the ranks of their company to eventually reach a senior position. The modern world of work has transformed, bringing with it a new approach to career development, where experience and learning are emphasised and pathways appear in
Five lessons from The Devil Wears Prada
12 years ago, The Devil Wears Prada arrived fashionably late into cinemas, introducing the world to Miranda Priestly, perennially dieting Emily and doe-eyed Andy. Along with delivering some classic one-liners , it gave the wider world an insight into the world of celebrity PAs and the lengths some have to go to look after their