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Your first graduate job will probably last a few years. Ideally, you will have stayed in your job for around three years and will have built skills, networks and ideas about what you want to do going forward. Even if you are leaving your graduate...
Tara Sallis
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You may have heard the term "networking" thrown around a lot during your job search, but what does it actually mean and should you be doing it? Networking is the process of making contacts and establishing relationships that can help you further...
Charlotte Warrington
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Doing an internship can be a great way to get a feel for the sector you are interested in. With students who have done internships three times more likely to get the top jobs, it is definitely worth trying to get some experience. In recent...
Tara Sallis
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So you've been in your current job a while now, and you might be starting to get itchy feet. It can be very difficult to know though: should you leave your graduate job and, if so, when's a good time to hand your notice in? These days, it is...
Tara Sallis
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The recent cold weather has sharply reminded us that winter has arrived and November is just around the corner, which means that it is time for this month’s Talent Trends! This time, we decided to investigate which sectors are the most popular...
Talent Trends
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When you start university, graduation seems far off, but the three or four years come around very quickly. There are important steps you can take starting in your first term at university all the way until you graduate to increase your...
Charlotte Warrington
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With nearly everything being done online nowadays, it’s more likely than ever that you’ll be invited to a video interview, or a screening for an interview that’s via Skype. Whilst technology can work wonders, video interviews work a little...
Rachel Tudor
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Although being invited to an assessment day generally means that you are down to the final hurdle of the application process – rather than bringing about a sense of excitement or relief, the prospect of attending an assessment day usually causes a...
Sophie Hudson