Blogging really is a great thing to do, for both fun and your career. By correcting these common errors now, your blog will come on leaps and bounds.
You've seen those posts on Facebook. It's somebody in your seminar, or from your sports team. But why should YOU become a brand ambassador?
Jobs are funny things, aren’t they? Even if you’re working in a position you like, you can still find yourself moaning about things. Maybe your boss isn’t the nicest, maybe the hours are too long or maybe you’re not a fan of the office décor. Whatever it is, you need to shake it off pronto!
If you're interested in a career in the creative industries, there's a good chance you're going to spend some of your time freelancing. It can be an exciting prospect – you get to work on different projects, gain a variety of skills and meet new people – but there's an insecurity that comes with having to move from job to job, finding new clients and securing briefs.
It's hard and nerve-wracking to sell yourself in person but, thanks to the wonderful world of the internet, it's made that little bit easier. Still, there's work to be done when promoting yourself online.
The days of scattering paper CVs like confetti are over; the following pieces of advice should likewise be confined to The Good Old Days.
So you’ve finished university and now you’re looking for your dream job. You’ve signed up to all the agencies and every day your inbox is being bombarded with potential careers. It's all too much... or is it?
There’s nothing worse than graduating with revving potential… then stalling for years in a low-level job.
A well-written resume will showcase your education, experience, and qualifications so that hiring managers will be eager to bring you in for interviews.
Many students choose to study abroad, for numerous different reasons. However, the majority of students convince themselves that their year abroad isn't just about fun. Somehow, they've convinced themselves with very little proof or prior research that a year abroad will make them 1000% more employable.