As a student, it can be rather deflating if you only have retail experience to your name. In fact, it means that you have real work experience - something few grads can boast. Through your retail job, you have acquired skills that employers are looking for.

Your CV is arguably the most important document you submit to potential employers, so it has to be really good to prevent it from being discarded. Writing such a crucial document is not an easy task and there are lots of websites available that are full of helpful information.

Bored of the standard 1-2 A4 pages, Times New Roman, PDF/Word CV submission? Us too. Why not shake things up a little? While there's no guarantee that any of the below will actually get you a job, they’ll certainly get you noticed.

If you’re looking for a graduate role that gives you the chance to work on exciting projects with leading brands, then digital marketing could be the career for you. But to land a job in digital marketing, you will need to have an impressive CV that attracts recruiters and impresses employers.