Exam season is tough for everybody and can be a significant source of increased anxiety. I, like many, suffer from anxiety and I seriously struggle in the lead-up to exams. One of the few benefits of...

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In the one and a half years I have spent at university, I have been privileged enough to meet a number of people who spend some of their free time volunteering. I have even volunteered myself....

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Skills Students Work

Since education has been reductively streamlined, subjects have been classified by their putative employability value. Students are coaxed into the fields of science and maths by the deceptive advice...

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Think about it: you probably apologise way too much without even realising. While it might seem harmless or just polite, apologising too much is probably doing more harm than good, especially for...

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It's International Women's Day 2018 which calls for a celebration of all things femme. This year, we're focusing on female pioneers within the STEM (science, tech, engineering & maths) industries and...

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Students University Work

What are the strikes for? Why are they important, and what do they mean for students? Anna Ley studying English Literature at the Durham University explains what the 4 week walkout means for...

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Is plastic reduction one of your new year's resolutions? Or are you simply interested in how to #PassOnPlastic to see how easy and viable it would be for you? Now, of course, changing habits can be...

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Hungry? Aching for food outside of the box? Well this article is only going to make things worse. We've compiled the 10 best lunch spots in Brighton for your perusal. Disclaimer: please eat...

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Unsure of what to do next, or where to even start your job search? "What career is right for me?" we hear you cry! Our newest blogger, Ashley Faith Fontaine, runs through 5 steps to figure out what...

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Students University Work

The 2017 general election is on our doorstep, and many say the fate of the result lies in the hands of the young. We know that the "young vote" has been ignored for too long in favour of the older...

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Do you want to become more employable and noticeable? Do you feel ready to engage in the professional world and launch your career? Then look no further, as we take you through our step-by-step guide...

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Our final intern of the summer, Russell, a Politics student at York, gives us an exciting insight into what the workplace would be like if it were full of current politicians. Which office...

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Soon to start your first job? Keen to become more productive at work? Read on to find out how to save up to 8 days a year with these essential computer tips...

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Work Tips and Advice

You might have heard through the grapevine that standing desks are the way forward. Over the last few years, people have tried them, praised them, condemned them and destroyed them - but what's the...

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Work Tips and Advice

Do you often find yourself stuck in the post-lunch slump, desperate to get some work done? Do you often feel defeated after a long day in the library or at the office? We have the answer - and it only...

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Snacking in the office is almost obligatory. With at least 8 hours spent in the same room, sat in the same chair, and staring at your computer, it's only natural that your brain hankers for a...

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Sure, you may never use your phone for actual calls, but if you are applying for a job, you will need to be able to communicate effectively. This trusty guide tells all...

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Graduate Jobs Work

Recently graduated? Starting a new office job, but have no idea what to bring with you? Rest assured, we at Graduate Recruitment Bureau have got you covered (i.e. we learnt the hard way, so you don't...

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Have you heard of the Graduate Recruiters Network? Set up by GRB in January 2009 we have over 1,300 graduate recruitment professionals who discuss topics that matter to their role via an online forum...

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Read the amazing career trajectory of a Mathematics and Computer Science graduate from The University of Nottingham GRB placed in 2003.

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