When it comes to picking your post-university career, it’s sometimes hard to truly understand what each role entails.
If you’re studying English, or creative writing is something you enjoy, then you may benefit from a career in Copywriting.
When you start a new job, it’s likely that you’re getting used to a new routine, longer commutes and earlier wake-up time.
You may not have heard of the term before, but ‘soft skills’ are becoming more and more integral to employers who want to sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to potential candidates!
It’s rare to walk across campus and not see a sea of students with their heads in their smartphones.
As a student on a budget, it’s tempting to forgo a nutritious lunch for a 17p pack of instant noodles, but have you ever wondered how the things you eat and drink affect your brain-power and ability to learn?
Having a killer CV and skillfully written cover letter just doesn’t seem to hack it in the job-hunt anymore!
So you’ve graduated, you’ve found a job that’s not handing out nightclub flyers, and now you’ve got those first-day butterflies!
When it comes to choosing a job after graduation, there’s a well-known battle between two popular avenues – startup or corporate.