Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to answer the tricky graduate interview question ‘What motivates you?’

You are particularly likely to be asked about your motivation in a strengths-based interview. Find out from TargetJobs what recruiters are looking for and what you should avoid in your answer…Read More More help with answering specific  interview questions can … Continue reading

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Tefl jobs: how to write a CV for teaching English abroad

Here are tips, insights and a CV template from Guardian Careers to help you impress a Tefl employer… Read More

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How to respond to a job offer

Blog article from the University of Warwick Careers Service providing some useful hints and tips on what to consider before accepting a  job offer including how to manage multiple job offers… Read More More hints and tips on responding to … Continue reading

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Law and order: five myths about legal careers

It’s not all courtroom drama and glamorous parties. Guardian contributor Jonathan Nolan explains what it’s really like to work in the legal industry… Read More Further careers and job hunting resources for the Law Sector can be found on careerhub … Continue reading

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Internships/Placements: how to make the most of them for your future employment prospects

With many students and graduates about to start summer internships, here’s how to make the most of your placement – and maximise your chances of getting a good job from it… Read More

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How to write a CV for a temporary job

If you’re a student hoping to make money from temping this summer, you still need to be thorough in your applications. Guardian Careers explains more… Read More More advice and guidance on writing an effective CV can be found on … Continue reading

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Advice on summer internships from a recent graduate

If you are still unsure on applying for summer internships here are some words of advice from a recent University of Manchester graduate Justin Colver on why he values internships, what he would have done differently and how he thinks … Continue reading

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Marketing your masters, skills and knowledge when applying for jobs after university

Some subjects like law, teaching and engineering have a clear and well-publicised postgraduate path to professional qualification. In other areas, the benefits of postgrad study might not be so obvious to those employers unfamiliar with the higher level of skill, … Continue reading

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Why small businesses offer big opportunities for graduate jobseekers

Small- and medium-sized businesses are everywhere – but you might need to go looking for the best way in. Guardian Careers explains how…Read More More information and advice on working in Small to Medium Sized Organisations can be found on … Continue reading

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