Got your degree? Want to work in marketing? A top graduate marketing scheme can provide you with the training and support you need to develop your skills further.
Internships are a great way to bolster your CV Overall, they give the impression of you being both productive and skilled There's little to lose in going for one, and they can be a snazzy way of garnering knowledge....
Stepping out into the world of work can be an exciting time. There are so many possibilities and different avenues you can venture down - but have you considered an internship?
As an English grad, you may be keen on interning at a publishing house to gain some editing experience. And why not, if you feel most at home when surrounded by books?
“Every employer wants you to have experience but no one will give you the experience.” It’s a sentence many graduates will say and hear in the months following graduation. Often, the only answer to this conundrum is to pursue an internship.
Have you got your head buried in the sand about your new-found responsibilities at university? Is your work slipping? Or perhaps you never had hold of it…
Job offers can be like buses. You wait for one for ages and then two come along at once! Obviously you’re lucky to be in this situation. But how do you decide which role is the best one for you?
You got the internship – nice one! But what now? We’ve come up with a few things to bear in mind on the lead up to and throughout your first day.
Don't get us wrong; you're bound to have a bit of a bad patch every now and again with your BFF. But adult life is complicated and it's easy for people to drift apart. Realising your friend isn't the person you thought they were means it's probably time to cut ties.
Starting to work at an early age comes with many advantages on top of earning money. Just like other after-school activities, a job can provide invaluable lessons for the future. The problem is that secondary school students can find it difficult to identify a lucrative opportunity at such an early age.