Soft skills, on the hand, are interpersonal. Some might call them ‘people skills’. They are skills that are not job-specific. Here are the 5 soft skills that all employers look for in candidates
It is not uncommon, when applying for a job - particularly in the hospitality industries, but across industries in general to work a trial shift - unpaid. MPs and Lawyers have called for a blanket end to the practise.
Everybody knows that university is the best time to lay foundations for your future career.
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Millennials are considered an anxious generation, which is often attributed to an obsession with technology, overbearing parents and the stress that comes with trying to fit into a social media-driven world.
Although the job market for interns can be competitive, with thoughtful portfolio preparation, industry networking and a successful interview to show for your efforts, it is possible to secure a rewarding internship in the architectural industry.
When deciding what to do after university, it’s probably the multinational grad schemes that jostle for position on your computer screen. Charities and NGOs will be the last tab up, bottom of the page or, let’s be honest, not there at all.
An effective CV will place you ahead of the competition when looking for your next big career move, and hugely increase your chances of landing interviews.
Hot-off-the-presses degree in hand, you’re about to march off into the working world.
It is a subject that has cropped up now and again in the news over the past ten years, and rightly so.