Monthly Archives: June 2016

Written by Katy Mairs, blog editor for Unibaggage.com – the No.1 Student Shipping Company. The summer months bring with them the opportunity for ambitious students and recent graduates to embark on an internship journey in which they will gain invaluable career experience. Internships are a fantastic way to get your foot in the door of

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Written by Daniel Soloye For decades, British students, graduates and working professionals have enjoyed the freedom and fluidity of Europe, in context of employment and educational opportunities as well as other frivolous privileges including healthcare and mobility. However, after today’s shocking verdict that ultimately sees the United Kingdom leave the European Union, we are left

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If you are struggling to land interviews with your current CV it may not be it’s content that’s letting you down. Sometimes your CV formatting could be making it difficult for recruiters to see your skills and cause irritation in the process, which will result in your CV being overlooked. The good news is that by

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Let’s face it – job hunting can sometimes be a bit soul-destroying. Applying for countless job vacancies and getting no positive responses in return – we’ve all been there and it’s very frustrating. However, job hunting is a skill that can be learnt like any other – so you can quite easily improve your job hunting

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