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.
If you’ve searched for a graduate job, the chances are you’ll have come across quite a few jobs in the marketing industry.
For years, Valentine’s Day has been a holiday reserved exclusively for those in a relationship, meaning those of us not spending the day with a significant other have been missing out on the fun.
We’re officially into a brand new year – and that, of course, means New Year's resolutions.
It's only natural that the return to university in January - after weeks of eating roast dinners and having to be around relatives - inspires mixed feelings.
It’s officially Christmas time, which can mean only one thing: gastronomic indulgence.
Blogging really is a great thing to do, for both fun and your career. By correcting these common errors now, your blog will come on leaps and bounds.
It's always exciting when you start a new job; it's a brand new chapter of your life and the chance to build a career in something you enjoy doing. But while a job can be a welcome prospect, they aren't always quite what we expect. If you're particularly unlucky, a dream job role can become more like a nightmare.
Experts predict that the average person will have 10 to 15 jobs in their lifetime, so it’s fair to say that most of us will have to do a bit of work before we find our dream job.
If you're a new fresher, prepare for what might well be the craziest week of your life. If you want an insight into what a freshers' night out really means, here are a few inevitable moments you'll no doubt experience...