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.
Nowadays, with the plethora of information right at our fingertips, the careers advisor might seem like a outdated concept.
Need some help when applying for jobs? Here are some foolproof tips for you to send off quality job applications and secure the role of your dreams!
The first step of any job-hunt is creating a great CV. It’s the first thing employers see of you, and hopefully not the last!
When you enter the world of graduate jobs without career specific work experience, it can be pretty daunting.
I’m an arts student, doing a £35,000 internship at Macquarie Bank.
Life after university ain’t easy, but you can make the career decision-making process a little easier with the following tips and advice:
By Liam Weaver
It’s a frustration regardless of which stage you’re at in your career; sending your CV in and never hearing back is the proverbial of throwing yourself into a black hole.
Since you’re reading this blog, I’m assuming that you’ve already set up your LinkedIn profile and filled it with information about you and what you have achieved.