Monthly Archives: January 2013

Top 10 people you must have in your network of contacts to help you find a job

This article highlights the key people you need to have links with within your own network of contacts to help you with the job hunting process. Find out more here For more help with how to network effectively, access the … Continue reading

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Build your brand to find a job

University of Warwick blogs about the importance of building a personal brand which will help you stand out in a competitive job market. Find out more here Don’t forget you can also access more resources on personal branding in careerhub … Continue reading

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A big corporate or a smaller business – which to choose for an internship?

University of Manchester provide a few points to think about when applying for work experience and internships. Don’t blindly join a rush for a graduate scheme for one of the big corporates without considering if it is for you. For … Continue reading

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The benefits of joining a professional association

University of Manchester blog about why joining a professional association is beneficial to your career and in particular the job hunt… Read More

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How to build your personal brand when job hunting

A strong personal brand is essential in today’s job market, but it’s diffcult to know where to start. Here are some top tips on how to build an effective brand from scratch… Read More

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Graduates: how to negotiate your salary

Salary negotiation is a tough one to call. Candidates sometimes bring it up early and convey their salary expectations to potential employers in their cover letter – but this can be a risky move. Grad Plus is here – ready … Continue reading

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