Have you been feeling pretty down ever since your very last university lecture came to an end?
In a rapidly changing job market, the landscape of graduate recruitment is starting to undergo a major shift Several factors are contributing to this transformation, such as advancements in technology and changes in....
In today’s competitive job market, securing the best talent (and especially new graduates) can be quite a challenge.
If you’re getting ready for a job interview right now, well done!
Internships could be seen as a bridge that helps graduates smoothly transition from university life to the professional world.
While you may have prepared for all the most common interview questions for a graduate job (such as those based on your skills, experiences, and past roles) there is often one topic that is forgotten about during the prep stage: “What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?”
This question – like the others – can be an opportunity for you to impress the interviewer and allow them to find out more about you on a deeper, personal level.
You’re at that exciting point in life where you’re about to transition from structured education to the real world of work.
As a grad, not only are you about to are you about to step into a brand new career, but you’re also about to juggle a bunch of adult responsibilities – including your finances.
Are you keen to expand your company but unsure whether you should be hiring a graduate or a professional with several years of experience under their belt?
A huge number of employers are starting to recognise that a university degree alone no longer guarantees long-term professional success when hiring graduates.