Monthly Archives: May 2015

The joys of the small business graduate scheme

Looking for a graduate scheme that’s flexible and personal, with a friendly application process? Two recent recruits explain why you should consider small businesses to TargetJobs… Read More

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How to get a job in the charity sector

Want to work in a charity? Get expert advice in this Guardian Careers live chat which recently took place… Read More

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How to prove your leadership skills to employers for team management positions

Graduates are often hired as trainee managers and need to be capable of leading and taking responsibility in order to get the best from their teams… Read More

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Ten skills you can get from doing a bar job

You may think that all you’ve learned to do from your bar job is pull pints but you’d be wrong. Working behind a bar can give you skills that are highly sought after by graduate recruiters and internship providers alike. … Continue reading

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Salary guide: how much you can earn in civil engineering, construction and surveying careers

Research graduate salaries – and how much experienced professionals earn – in construction industry jobs including civil engineering, structural engineering, construction management, architecture, quantity surveying and building surveying. TargetJobs explains more… Read More

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How to big up your leadership experience on your graduate management CV

You want a graduate job in a managerial role. You’re convinced you’ve got what it takes to be a great leader. You’ve only got one problem – how do you persuade the graduate recruiter reading your CV? TargetJobs explains more… … Continue reading

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Strengths-based job interviews: what are they and how do they work?

Strengths-based questioning discovers your interests so recruiters know their job vacancy will suit you. Guardian Careers contributor Hannah Friend explores the new approach and how best to prepare… Read More

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