Monthly Archives: July 2015

Written by Juanita Agboola Many recently graduated from university armed with a fully refurbished CV and a wealth of new knowledge and qualifications. Some will be jumping straight into the job market and others may be pondering what the next step for them to do is. Luckily, in the UK there are many options for

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From an outsider’s perspective, Public Relations (PR) may seem like a glamorous industry to work in but before you can host the ‘A-list parties and rendezvous with those highly respected journalists, you will have to get your foot in the door. Having the gift of gab and a bulging contact list is very important for

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Written by Juanita Agboola Social media site LinkedIn has said to be favoured over written CV’s in a new employer survey. Over 300 million professionals using Linkedin worldwide, it is seen as a great way to connect and be found, and many recruiters search LinkedIn to find relevant candidates. The social media site provides recruiters with numerous

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Written by Kajal Kumar Gender pay disparity is evident at the very start of graduates’ careers. Men are more likely to be employed in professional jobs and on average receive higher starting salaries: £21,000 for men, compared with £20,000 for women. Read another interesting stuff: What will happen to the graduate job market in 2015? The

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Written by Kajal Kumar Most students find lasting their maintenance loan through the semester a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. There are lots of things I’ve learnt as a student which have helped me make my student finance last throughout the year and save some too! We’ve all been through the hassle of

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Written by Juanita Agboola Being on JSA is a hard time for anyone, it can affect a person mentally as well as physically, as they can build up frustration as to why they are yet to find a job. Although, this is a difficult time, it is important to start building your CV to enhance your

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Written by Juanita Agboola Being a fresher is a very overwhelming time in someone’s life, the build up towards becoming a fresher is so gigantic that the expectation of the amazing things you will experience during your time as a fresher are usually on a very large scale. Generally, great things do happen during your

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Written by Freda Nomo “So what are you going to do after graduation?” This is probably the most frequent question asked to gen-twenty, along with the questions of are you planning to work within your graduated field and so on. “Sometimes it’s nice knowing that most people don’t know they want to do after graduation,

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If you want some advice for setting up your own successful media platform, then listen up! Founder of Arsenal Fan TV, Robbie Lyle takes us through his journey, compiling some of the best tips for success. From an initial YouTube channel created in 2012 covering post match opinions, to becoming one of the most recognised

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Written by Juanita Agboola Recently, many have celebrated their graduation or due to celebrate it within the upcoming weeks. Despite, myths about graduates being unable to find jobs as soon as they leave university, these industries say otherwise, as they are desperately looking to sign up any new, bright eyed, qualified graduate, in a hurry! Industries

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