The top YouTube channels for careers advice

Video is a digital force to be reckoned with. More and more universities, employment agencies and businesses are turning to YouTube as an outlet for the careers advice, information and shareable content that they have to offer graduates. We’ve put together some of the most exciting and effective channels catering for today’s job seekers to prove that there are videos worth watching that don’t involve cats.

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has an awesome YouTube channel packed full of series including ‘education and entrepreneurship’ which features interviews with big names in business from Deborah Meaden to Richard Branson.

LSBF’s channel also features taster sessions, 30 minute video lectures, Q&As and advice on the benefits of studying and how you can achieve more from your education and opportunities on offer.

This top American university’s secret to YouTube success lies in its sheer number of videos. It aims to provide something for every university student or graduate including; networking advice from LinkedIn to face-to-face conversation starters, interview and CV advice from Phoenix Careers Corner and mini documentaries featuring inspiring examples of student experiences and success. It may be an American institution, but this careers advice is universal so explore the channel!

This is just one example of the kind of content you can expect from this channel. This particular video tackles the awkwardness of networking head on, as the founder and CEO of The Muse spills her secrets in a how-to guide to networking.

This London based institution is one of the top ranked universities in the world, specialising in science, medicine, engineering and business, Imperial has a YouTube channel that offers a wealth of advice to prospective and current students and graduates. This particular video features a 30 minute lecture tackling the current graduate employment market and looking at supporting data, what it is employers look for when recruiting graduates, how you as a graduate or student need to consider that information and what you need to think about in order to make the best career choices.

This is just a selection of the kind of careers-based material you can find on YouTube.

Katie is the marketing assistant at Inspiring. A dancer and health & fitness enthusiast, she likes to move, tweet: @KatesApps and blog.