Starting a new job can be daunting and exciting, especially if it’s your first full time position.
In recent years, the UK has seen a huge rise in young female entrepreneurs.
Your CV is one of the most important parts of the whole job-hunting process.
It is a well-known fact that software engineering and software development are best learned “in the trenches”.
This year the seaside city of Brighton and Hove beat the likes of Bristol and Birmingham to be named the most entrepreneurial city in the UK, its diversity and dynamism helping to fuel a vibrant start-up culture less than an hour from London.
Let’s face it, talking money remains one of those topics we’d all rather avoid.
Social work is perhaps the most common career path, but it’s not the only one.
We’ve all been there.
Many students are happy to exclaim that ‘any mark above 40% is a pass’, but this won’t always do for second and third year students.
So you’ve found your dream job role, you’ve made the application and now you’ve been given that all-important interview.