Increasingly, employers are looking for soft skills and experience as much as a degree. Through a social activity such as being a team captain or a society president, you can grow examples for the CV that you might not have realised you were nurturing.
Your CV is arguably the most important document you submit to potential employers, so it has to be really good to prevent it from being discarded. Writing such a crucial document is not an easy task and there are lots of websites available that are full of helpful information.
Maybe you’ve just finished the long slog of A-Levels, or your undergraduate degree. Or perhaps you’ve reached a point in your career and just need some time out. Either way, a gap year is always an option for you to consider.
Finding one’s life’s purpose is no easy feat and requires a great amount of thought, planning and dedication.
If you’re going into marketing, advertising, PR, design and other creative industries, you’re going to be faced with three main routes: freelance, agency or in-house.
If you find yourself among the thousands of graduates heading to London for your first career step, there are a few considerations you need to make. To give you a hand, we've listed three things to think about to help you prepare for your big move.
Ever been told your career dreams aren’t feasible? Many of us have, but why let those people stand in your way? Ignore the gatekeepers and go for it.
For many, the situation is a result of leaving uni unsure what do with their degree, feeling unequipped for professional life or just not wanting to pursue a career in the field they studied in. In fact a recent study suggests that this scenario applies to almost half of all UK graduates.
Focus is a skill that can be applied to assignments at university, to roles within the workplace and to job applications themselves. Want to improve your flow? Here are some tips and tricks to try.
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