I read an article earlier today about the black hole that is 'The Feedback Deficit' which often haunts students like a poltergeist with too much free time, and the topics covered therein provided some...

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Applying for graduate jobs is a challenging process as there are many stages involved. Firstly, you need to choose the industry, then the company and finally the specific role. Still, probably the...

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By tailoring your CV to the specific industry to which you are applying, you can greatly increase your chances of securing an interview and hopefully, a graduate job.

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A recent survey conducted by one of the country's foremost graduate recruiters, Ernst and Young, indicates the importance for UK graduates to build on innate character strengths and personality...

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A recent study in The Times produced the statistic that unemployment in Britain has risen by 118,000 to 2.86 million, the highest figure since 1994. This shocking revelation cements the importance of...

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Work experience is a valuable way of gaining an insight into companies and seeing whether you would like to do a particular graduate job in the long-term.

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With recent articles addressing the importance of social media sites such as Twitter and the more work-specific LinkedIn for finding graduate jobs it is increasingly important to consider how each of...

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As the number of First and 2:1 honours degrees being issued continues to rise, growing from 60% to 64% between 2007 and 2011, those graduating with a degree classification which demonstrates their...

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2011 has come and gone and now there's lots of buzz (well it's not really that new) about social media being the next big thing when it comes to graduate jobs.

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If you trawl the major news publications and their respective websites you may notice a common theme in the sections devoted to graduate employment: High Fliers Research.

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When trying to get a job, one would assume the more difficult parts of the job-hunting process would be the online application, CV-writing, cover letter adapting and interview processes.

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We are all aware that the current employment market is extremely tough and getting onto a good graduate scheme is even tougher. However there are a few things that all students can do to make things...

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The pressure is on for the thousands of students going back to or starting university this year, as recent statistics found by The Centre for Economics and Business Research have showed that six...

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It is estimated that more than a million young people are now unemployed in Britain. The figures have been swollen by the number of graduates and school-leavers who have failed to find work after...

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Would you rather be a fish in a pond or a shark in a tank? Or put differently, would you rather work for a large company or for a small business? Students often opt for the large corporation and with...

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This month's REC JobsOutlook survey confirms that 93 per cent of clients are satisfied or very satisfied with the performance of the recruitment agencies they use.

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As the new academic year begins, it brings with it all kinds of opportunities, as students return from summers spent (hopefully productively) elsewhere looking to once again make the most of their...

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Before and throughout university, students looking for career advice can often find themself hearing one idea echoed more than most, that of following one's passion, or doing what you love for a...

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A recent report, based upon research undertaken at Birmingham University, suggests that nearly a quarter of UK engineering graduates are working in non-graduate jobs or unskilled work such as waiting...

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Recruiters hate spam CVs so when job-seeking, remember to adapt your CV to your job application according to your skills, the employer, the market in which it sits and the role being offered. There...

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