Monthly Archives: April 2017

Written by Sarah Oladokun With more and more people tapping into their ‘creative side’, job hunting can get a little tricky when going for a creative role. This is because there often isn’t a clear-cut recruitment process as is with more traditional roles, such as finance or engineering. However, there are jobs out there, and with

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Written by Sarah Oladokun We all know it’s a question of when you should gain work experience, not if. These days, it’s a must-have for your CV, especially if you’re going for your first role. But knowing where to find it can be a bit of a minefield if you don’t have many industry contacts. Here

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  Written by Freda Nomo The number of new internships has risen by 50% since 2010, according to a report from the IPPR thinktank. As the number of graduate jobs declines, temporary positions are now a ‘must have’ on entry level CV’s. Professional recruiters have also admitted that candidates with no work experience have minimal

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New research conducted by Intern Tech has revealed that UK graduates have been let down by their university education. A survey of 2,000 UK adults revealed that 28 percent of British graduates felt that their education was outdated. 41 percent of degree holders have taken entry-level jobs upon leaving university as opposed to graduate roles.

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How do you stand out and distinguish yourself from the competition? It’s difficult to stand out from the crowd when you’re unsure of how to do so but the trick is to know your unique selling points (USPs) and how to communicate them effectively. Identifying your unique selling points is a difficult process. It requires

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