So you’ve been studying a degree in the arts (English, Drama, Film, etc.) and now that graduation has come around, it’s quite possible that you’re not entirely sure what to do with the degree that you’ve been working to get for the last three years.
Leaving university without a graduate job lined up can be a stressful and uncertain time.
Job interviews are always exciting.
A lot of people want to make a living from their writing, but very few are able to do so.
The majority of us go to university in the hopes of getting a good job afterwards: but when you graduate, you might find that your degree doesn’t necessarily lead straight into a career.
When starting a new job, one of the first things you’ll be told about is your working hours – when you are expected to start, when you finish and how long your breaks will be.
If you’ve searched for a graduate job, the chances are you’ll have come across quite a few jobs in the marketing industry.
We’ve all been there.
Job-hunting was the next big adventure after university.
You get an email notification – one new message from your favourite employer, responding to your application.