In the aftermath of the COVID pandemic, hybrid working in grad jobs and internships is turning out to be more common than ever before.
Gen Z is making their mark in the world of employment - they want it all and they’re willing to walk away from a graduate job if they’re not satisfied It was discovered that 40% were prepared to quit their....
You have studied hard to get into university – only to find out that all universities are ranked in league tables.
PwC has declared that they no longer require graduates to have a minimum of a 2:1 qualification to qualify for its graduate schemes in a bid to “diversify” its candidates.
If you’re about to graduate and haven’t yet found a graduate job or internship, attending a careers fair could be the way forward.
It’s a well-known saying that you should ‘do something you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life’ – but is it really a good idea?
You may have heard the advice to research a company before attending a graduate job interview, but did you know that failing to show interest in what they do could impact your chances of securing the job or internship?
After leaving university, you may be weighing up your options as to what to do next.
Congratulations! You have been invited to attend an interview for your first graduate job.
Are you about to graduate and worried about what your future holds?