Monthly Archives: December 2015

The start of a new year can be an awful stressful time for students; whether you are applying for new graduate schemes or studying for looming exams. The mentality you adopt is critical to your success whether you realise it or not and it’s worth considering or else you could be unwittingly sabotaging your own

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A lot of businesses will be booming in the year 2016, as they have great prospects ahead of them. Glassdoor released its ‘Best Places to work in 2016’; Glassdoor is anonymous online forum where people anonymously rate companies they’ve previously been employed by. Whether you’re a graduate, university student or seeking employment in general, this

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Written by Freda Nomo Twitter chats can be such a great way of connecting and networking. Twitter chats are live conversations (on the twitter app) where all twitter uses can participate using the chat’s hash tag. They’re normally hosted by one user or a group of users and they normally keep the conversation going by

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It’s no doubt that everyone wait’s till the New Year to set goals; but are you goal setting effectively? Many people create New Year’s Resolutions however by the first or second month most people have broken their New Year’s resolution. Are you tired of putting goals off till the year after and so on? Here

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No, student loans won’t always be there. Most 20 something’s want to accumulate wealth but simply do not know how to, in order to become wealthy, you need to adapt the mind of a wealthy individual. “I’ve come to realize that the secret to millennial success in the business world is a combination of grit

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Written by Deepak Shukla from the CV guy All too often, we find ourselves talking about success and celebrating this, however along the way, failure is usually a likely part of the path but rarely gets mentioned. Whether it’s your work life or personal life where you’ve experienced failure, it’s important to start using it

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The thought of studying during the Christmas holidays can be overwhelming, especially if you’ve had an action packed term. Even though the Christmas holidays should be spent relaxing, it’s important to not to lose track of studying for those essays or exams coming up. Similar Post: Three Ways To Land Graduate Job In 2016 Make

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Written By Freda Nomo With 5 months left till graduation, there’s no doubt that I’m scared to graduate. University is a great investment, whether you use your degree or not. Job hunting after graduation can be stressful and daunting, especially if you need to get into work straight away. So how exactly can you land

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  If you think that all graduates have good communication skills, think again. A recent survey by the NUS and the CBI, a leading employers’ organisation, suggested that nearly a fifth of graduate recruiters were not satisfied with graduates’ basic use of English. You need to be able to express yourself concisely, but you also

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Sociology is relatively a new topic that has had a hard time developing a strong reputation. However, sociology graduates obtain specialist skills, most of which can be utilise within the graduate career market. We’ve listed a few avenues you can take with your sociology degree? See Other Entry Level Tips: #EntryLevelTips- Getting Into The Sport

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