As glamorous as it sounds, working as a travel writer comes with high competition and thorough planning.
‘International Citizenship Service’ is a government run scheme that enables young British people to go to a developing country and work with a charity for three months.
The charity sector continues to grow and change, as it attracts more and more graduates each year. Here's what it's like working as a ‘Communications and Fundraising Officer’ for a small charity in Uganda.
We catch up with David, a Harper Adams graduate who farms in Warwickshire, to find out why he has decided to follow his family into this industry post-university.
Read on to find out how developers are actually highly sociable, excellent problem solvers and welcoming a bigger range of people than ever before.
We all apply for jobs, but do we ever think about the person who reads our applications, sifts through potential candidates, and selects you for the interview? If you've ever considered a career in recruitment, you might have.
Every company will need the assistance of a Graphic Designer at some point. Whether it's external or internal branding, marketing materials or employee handbooks, everything needs to be designed at some point. Enter the graphic designer.
Working in the events industry isn't all glitz and glamour - but it is perfect for those of you with an outgoing and confident streak. One day you could be organising a business conference, the next a company opening, and then an evening dinner party, so one thing is for certain - it's an ever-changing landscape full of different tasks to tackle.
Are you technically savvy, and equally as good at coding as you are visual design? If so, it probably makes sense for you to look at a career within Web Design.
Project Management should be undertaken by someone who is switched-on, strict with deadlines, and a stickler for timekeeping - and most importantly, likes to see things through from beginning to fruition.