Monthly Archives: April 2015

Nine ways to get a job in gaming

Don’t call yourself an expert and tailor your application to specific studios, advise the Guardian Careers Gaming Panel… Read More

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Salary Survey 2015 for the Television Industry

Televisual’s 20th annual salary survey is now available to read in full. Based on feedback from hundreds of Televisual readers, the salary survey reveals the weekly and daily rates for key jobs in the industry, as well as information about … Continue reading

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How to secure a job before you graduate

As exam season looms and thoughts turn to working life after university, Guardian Careers contributor Chris Smith shares his advice on how to line up your first entry-level role… Read More

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Top ten spelling mistakes jobseekers make on their CVs

New research reveals one in three CVs contain spelling errors, but which are the words words jobseekers just can’t get right? Research by jobs search engine Adzuna reveals all… Read More

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How to be your best self at graduate assessment centres

The assessment centre may seem artificial, but you should be able to show what you’d really be like if you got a place on the graduate scheme. TargetJobs explains more… Read More

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Top questions to ask an employer when researching a job, career or business area that interests you

You have arranged a half hour face-to-face meeting with an employer to pick the brains of someone in a job, career or business area that interests you. What can you talk to them about? How can you come across well? … Continue reading

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10 steps to starting a teacher training course

To become a qualified teacher, you need to successfully complete teacher training. By doing so, you’ll achieve ‘qualified teacher status’ – or QTS. Follow this step-by-step guide below from the Department for Education, to begin your new career… Read More

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