Monthly Archives: June 2015

Getting feedback from graduate recruiters after an interview

If your graduate job application is rejected after the interview or assessment centre day, you may find contacting the recruiter to ask for feedback will help you succeed next time. TargetJobs explains more… Read More

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How to develop your commercial awareness when preparing for interviews

Here are Milkround’s top five tips to developing ‘commercial awareness’… Read More

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CV writing: use role descriptions to paint a picture of your job history

Detailing previous employment is an important part of your CV but many candidates fail to impress. Here’s a checklist to help you succeed… Read More

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Part-time jobs that will kick-start your graduate career

Need a part-time job? Here’s how to choose one that will help you land the career you want… Read More

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How to find work experience

If you are wondering where to start when it comes to work experience you’re not alone. Discover where to begin your search and how to stand out from the crowd with this advice from Prospects… Read More

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Top 5 extra-curricular activities to improve your CV

…as everyone knows the dreaded cliché “you can’t get a job without experience, can’t get experience without a job”. But fear not! There are ways of bulking up your CV with some great experience to make you as employable as … Continue reading

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Over half of employers have researched a job candidate on social media

What job seekers post on their social networking profiles can be both a blessing and a curse for their chances of finding employment, according to a recent survey from Fifty-two per cent of employers have researched job candidates on … Continue reading

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How to use your disability as a strength when applying for jobs

Guardian article providing useful help and advice about how to turn your disability into a strength as part of the job application process… Read More

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Thinking about setting up your own business? Why you should consider franchising

Recent statistics from the British Franchise Association (NatWest bfa Franchise Survey) have revealed that there has been a surge in young entrepreneurs (under 30 years of age) successfully finding their way into work through franchising. This includes an evident rise … Continue reading

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Seven sins of the Law Firm Interview

Gaining a law degree is hard work. Getting noticed by a firm is even harder. All the more reason to avoid making one of these fatal mistakes at the last hurdle… Read More

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