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Using Social Media for Job Prospecting

In this day and age the Internet is an integral part of our lives. Some see it as detrimental to us as a society,...

How to Prepare for Psychometric Tests

The tests, which use assessment tools designed by psychologists, are designed to reveal the truth about candidates' abilities or personality traits. Many larger companies and...

Career Tips on how to survive the transition from student to...

You’ve finished all your exams and all that’s left is to wait for your results. Bit of an anti-climax don’t you think? After your...

Become a confident public speaker

If you dislike talking in public you’re not alone; millions of people dislike standing in front of an audience. However, fear of public speaking...

Summer Jobs for Students

Undergraduates may still be taking a job in the local factory to gain much needed funds, but they're just as likely to be spending...

Know your rights as a new employee

So you’ve been looking around for a while at jobs and have finally landed yourself a position. Starting a new career can be an...

How To Make A Fighting First Impression

You don’t have long to show your best side to your potential employer. Think about when you meet someone for the first time, you...

Interview Tips For Internships

However, as long as you are thoroughly prepared for what lies ahead, there is no reason why your nerves cannot be used to your...

Top 10 Jobs in the UK

How is the popularity of a particular career measured and by what criteria? 'Most popular' is, of course, something that is hard to measure. The...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals....
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