To get the most out of a job you want to be somewhere you think you’ll fit in. Many different factors characterise organisations, these in turn result in very different working environments. Even within the same professions.
It may sound cliché, but three to four years of studying will have seen you develop hugely as a person. Living away from home, being independent and managing yourself. It all helps you manage your life after campus.
If you’ve started your career exploration journey you may have noticed it’s riddled with jargon. So what’s the difference between a graduate scheme, a graduate job and an entry level job? Something pretty vital to understand in order to begin your application process and work out what you want!
So Leo kinda makes being an investment banker, in The Wolf of Wall Street, look like the job of our dreams right? But of course - no matter how cool it looks not all of us our gifted with stocks and numbers!
A comprehensive guide to working abroad including information on where to go, who to work for, work permits and the ins and outs of visas. Working abroad after graduation can have many advantages, from casual work to pursuing your career, you’ll get a tonne of both personal and professional skills and oozes of life experiences and memories!
With the increasing level of competition for graduate roles and those daunting entry requirements of ‘ 2:1 or higher’ it’s no wonder the pressure is on. But, have faith in the fact that it is not the end of the world if you don’t get that 2:1. There is some flex in this seemingly inflexible system.
We all experience the endless process of applying for jobs. It can get tricky to balance your academic workload with the never ending time you spend filling out online forms, and making cover letters. However, if you do see yourself with a bit of extra time on your hands, then we recommend you use that time wisely. Here are four tips on how you can use your free time to boost your career.
Preparing and dressing for a careers event - here are some tips to get you spruced up and nailing those important first impressions. First impressions count - always - so you really want to make the right one, especially when meeting recruiters or other employees. There are plenty of opportunities to meet recruiters from campus events, like careers fairs and employer presentations, to company open days.