Monthly Archives: May 2012

20 things jobseekers shouldn’t say on twitter

With digital screenings becoming as popular as drug testing and reference checks it is more important than ever that you watch what you say online. It may seem harmless now, but it could be the thing that keeps you from … Continue reading

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Do you have the skills the film industry is crying out for?

The UK film industry is booming and it needs special effects whizzes to help it grow even more… Read More

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How blogging can help get your career started

After struggling to get his foot on the legal ladder, Krishnan Nair started blogging to stand out. Now, having landed a writing role, he argues why graduates from all disciplines should do it too… Read More

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Survey reveals what graduate engineers think of their jobs

Graduate engineers find their careers satisfying and want to stick with them for the long term, despite being aware that they could earn higher salaries elsewhere. That’s according to the recently published TARGETjobs Engineering Recent Graduate Survey 2012, which questioned … Continue reading

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How your Facebook picture can damage your personal brand

Can a good picture help your personal brand? Maybe. Can a bad photo on Facebook ruin your brand? Absolutely. Here’s a nifty infographic from LinkingR about the level of damage your image can make to your online identity on Facebook … Continue reading

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targetjobs.co.uk presents a new series of Media Employer Insights

Bagging a job in media is no mean feat, but targetjobs.co.uk is about to make things easier with a brand new series of media Employer Insights, beginning with the BBC. Their expert editor has compiled in-depth research to provide an … Continue reading

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Management consulting sector enjoys a 10% employment boost

Here’s some good news for graduates hoping to enter the management consulting sector: according to a report by The Management Consultancies Association (MCA), 2011 saw a 10% increase in the number of fee earning (ie employed) consultants in the UK. … Continue reading

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