As another wave of graduates take their steps into the world of work, it’s easy to get caught up in the bad habits of your peers when it comes to job hunting.
“Clean Eating” – search the hashtag on Instagram and you’ll be hit with nearly 40 million images depicting hearty health-foods, organised meal-prep, colourful acai bowls and smoothies galore.
As a fresh graduate, you may think that landing your first job will relieve you from the financial woes of student life, but it’s not always as easy as you might think!
As a recent graduate, you’re probably familiar with budgeting and managing your money quite tightly.
So you’ve bagged yourself a shiny new grad job after uni?
Most students are the same: work hard, party harder – leaving sleep low down on the list of priorities!
It’s fair to say that digital is driving our economy, and with this Digital Age comes many opportunities.
It’s Monday, it’s 7am, and your alarm is going off, but you just can’t bring yourself to get out of bed.
We’re all partial to a nice cold beer every now and again – especially when that Friday feeling rolls in.
It’s estimated that 1 in 4 students (27%) suffer mental health problems during their time at uni, and this number is set to rise.