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26/10/2013

Graduates: How to minimise distractions when job hunting

How often do/did you check your phone in lectures? The average university student checks their phone 11 times per lesson, according to research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. read more...

26/10/2013

Where are the graduate job hotspots in the UK? The answer may surprise you...

A new report reveals that young people living in London are 43% more likely to go to university than those in the north east of England. read more...

26/10/2013

How to dial up a perfect telephone interview

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26/10/2013

Graduate interviews: How to present the perfect personal pitch

So...tell me a little bit about yourself.

PANIC. read more...

26/10/2013

Job search tricks to bag you a treat this Halloween: Part II

Trick or treat! When you show off your CV to employers you want them to reward it with a treat, namely a job. read more...

26/10/2013

Job search tricks to bag you a treat this Halloween: Part I

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26/10/2013

What do employers really think of the graduate talent pool?

An average employer spends £1,178 and 384 hours a year on each graduate, a study has found. read more...

26/10/2013

Halloween special: Graduate career fears

Graduation can be met with ambivalent feelings; on one hand you’re excited to call time on your study, but on the other entering the world of work can be disconcerting. read more...

22/10/2013

Using LinkedIn to find a job: a graduate’s guide

There’s no denying social networks are rising on an unprecedented scale. Today social networks are more than just a way to keep in touch with your friends; they can also be a crucial tool in getting a graduate job. read more...

22/10/2013

How can doing sport at university help you find a job?

When you think of the many activities and skills which can enable a graduate to find a job, sport is probably not the obvious one. read more...

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