With the 16-25 unemployment rate standing at almost 12% the post-university gap year is an increasingly popular trend. With many graduates facing the choice of working behind the counter on their local high street or 'finding themselves' on a rough and ready backpackers adventure, it seems a bit of a no-brainer.


It's January - the most popular month of the year for leaving a job. It can be daunting not knowing how to approach your boss, the best way to word your resignation or even what paperwork to expect when you leave. So here’s some practical advice on how to make the process go smoothly.


As an English graduate, your options are as diverse as your vocabulary. Whether it’s to make you feel smug in your professional security or give you some guidance as to where to look, here’s a list of five of the most common English graduate jobs.


With groggy weather welcoming in 2017, it sometimes feels like an elaborate effort to get anything done! Here are some quick and easy ways to energise yourself throughout the day.