It’s important to recognise the signs you may be stressed and deal with them. Here are six simple ways you can manage your stress levels while you’re studying.
2014 research carried out by the NUS found that 31% of students in higher education were involved in a form of volunteer work These scholars' motivation for volunteering was primarily to help others However, if you....
One common misconception with a psychology degree is that you can work only in psychology-related fields. But this simply isn’t true.
Anyone starting out in their first job will be fully aware of the number of judgements and opinions that come with each decision you make.
We’ve all been there.
The appeal of an endless holiday has evaporated and the bills are mounting up. Time to get a job - but what’s the best way to do it?
If you’re looking for your first or next job, you’ve probably sent off more CVs and applications than you’ve had hot dinners - to no avail. What now? Well, contacting a recruiter may be your answer.
We chose a field that demands creativity and that’s what we do best. But there’s no denying that in order to reach our goals we’ll have to forgo our introverted tendencies and mix in with the outgoing crowd.
With thousands of pounds of ever-increasing debt, you can’t afford to just go off on holiday. But what if you could see the world on a budget?
Unpaid work experience may seem like an inevitable part of starting a career and entering the workforce as a graduate. It certainly has its benefits as it allows you to gain valuable skills and experience - but is it always worth it?