Monthly Archives: May 2014

Five top tips for using job boards effectively

With competition so fierce on job boards, it’s essential candidates hit all the right notes. Here are some tips for improving your success rate…Read More More job hunting resources can be found on careerhub here

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Early Years Initial Teacher Training – opportunities for funded training with Best Practice Network

This is a new opportunity for graduates in any discipline who wish to pursue a career working with children under five. The Early Years Initial Teacher Training Programme begins in September 2014 and leads to a teaching qualification for the … Continue reading

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Job seeking: what to do when you keep getting rejections

Before you give up hope of ever landing the career you’ve set your sights on, Guardian Careers contributor Clare Whitmell has some tips on how to turn a string of rejections into a job offer…Read More More advice on dealing … Continue reading

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‘Speculate to accumulate’ – how to make speculative applications

Blog post from the University of Warwick Careers Service about how to tap into the hidden job market to increase your chances of job search success, through an effective speculative application…Read More More help with writing speculative applications can be … Continue reading

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How to network your way into an investment banking job

The infamous ‘British reserve’ means that networking is one of the most underused skills when it comes to graduate job hunting. What can you do to make sure you’re socialising enough? TargetJobs explains more… Read More More hints and tips … Continue reading

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Inspiring the Future is now in Primary Schools – volunteers needed to provide careers insight

Primary Futures aims to widen the horizons and aspirations of primary school children by helping them make the connections between their lessons and their futures. Primary Futures has been developed by school leaders’ union NAHT in partnership with the Education … Continue reading

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10 steps towards pursuing a career in Conservation

Blog article from Kent University Careers Service providing some pointers on what to consider if you are thinking of pursuing a career in Conservation…Read More Further careers and job hunting resources for the Conservation sector can be found on careerhub … Continue reading

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