Have you always dreamed of working in publishing?
It’s the final stretch for college and sixth form students all over the nation.
After a year out of uni and little sign of a solid job coming up soon, volunteer work is going to start looking advantageous.
While your friends are sitting exams with a clear vision of attending university this autumn, you’re sitting them in a different head-space.
You graduate, armed with a degree and just a little bit of debt.
“Organised” and “final semester” are words that you may not think go together very well; at least not at first glance.
As a student it’s hard to sustain that famous work-university-life balance.
“Sales.” It’s a word that conjures up feelings of fear, exasperation and perhaps even encourages a roll of the eyes. Inspiring Interns surveyed 250 university students on their perceptions of sales jobs and found that only 2 in 10 would consider sales as a careers option.
Post-graduates often feel an intense pressure to land their dream job immediately after university.
As an English student, you’re often the subject of a few puns; your degree, apparently, being the punch line.