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!
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.
It’s no secret that the transition from education to employment can be daunting for upcoming graduates – alongside the worry of when they should start looking for a graduate job.
Keen to find a job?
If you’re on the hunt for a graduate job but haven’t found much luck in getting an interview, you’re not alone.
Starting your first graduate job can be an extremely nerve-wracking experience – perhaps even more so than the job-hunting process.
A successful workplace should be inclusive of all individuals – and this may be high on your agenda when applying for graduate jobs.
If you’re currently in your final year of university, the prospect of graduating may seem daunting.
Since the COVID pandemic, hybrid working has taken the business world by storm.