Monthly Archives: August 2017

If you’re a university student obsessed about travel (like so many other millennials) you may not be looking forward to graduation. It’s difficult to sit still at your desk job and travel only using the 20 days holiday you are allotted every year, and so many of you might be dreaming of working abroad after

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The job market is hotting up this summer. Our latest data reveals that competition for jobs is tougher too, with a 1.1% rise in job applications over the last month. If you’re hungry for new beginnings and a fresh start, here are some top employers with great opportunities this August – guaranteed to whet your

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House of Coco founder Laura provides tips on how you can start your own online magazine. Prior to creating ‘House of Coco’, what resources did you use to develop your industry knowledge? Google was my teacher! Everything I needed to learn about the world of publishing was at my fingertips via Google. I read a

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According to a study conducted by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, former interns who graduated three and a half years ago face a salary penalty of approximately £3,500. Those who studied at private schools or had parents in professional occupations found themselves worse off. The study revealed that

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Written by Sarah Oladokun Adding personality to your CV requires careful execution. Going overboard could put you at risk of losing opportunities you’ve been applying for. So how can you strike the right balance? Thankfully we’ve got some tips to help you! READ ANOTHER INTERESTING POST: 7 CV formatting tips that will get you more interviews

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Written by Sarah Oladokun With results day fast approaching for hundreds of thousands of students, anxiety and anticipation will be kicking in across the UK. We know exactly how you feel, and rest assured you’re not going through it alone. Recent news has dropped that Grade thresholds for A-Level and GCSE examinations have been lowered to

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Written by Freda Nomo Are you struggling to get ahead in your career? Knowledge, expertise and talent can take you far, however, confidence, social skills and time management are equally important. If you’re struggling with any of these areas, here’s how to tackle them. Confidence Self-limiting beliefs can intensify confidence issues. Even the most confident

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