It seemed like the ultimate goal, but now that you have a graduate job in sight, you might be wondering where you can go next so that you’re not still doing the same thing for the same pay in 5 or 10 years’ time!
Here are my suggestions for what you can do to ensure you saunter up the stairway of success. Continue reading
“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. Is this the most depressing phrase graduates will ever hear? So how can you get those all-important contacts in the arts, and are they really all-important?
For example, do you know that over 350 graduate jobs are created each year from Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP), making it the UK’s largest graduate recruitment programme?
Find out if you should be considering KTPs in your graduate job search.
Are you currently in your second year and still searching for a placement? Perhaps you’re only just starting to look, or maybe you haven’t managed to secure an opportunity despite being well into your search
Wherever you are, don’t panic – it’s not too late to find one!
You probably know that crowdfunding is a way to raise money but did you know that it can also boost your employability skills?
The Essex Advancement Office’s Philanthropy Assistant Vicky Madzharska reveals all:
Although studying abroad and working abroad both provide fantastic opportunities to live like a local as you immerse yourself in a new culture, hone your language skills, develop your international network and gain the ‘global outlook’ that employers are looking for, they are two very different ways to spend your third year.
So what are the differences between them and which is the right choice for you?
A global outlook is top of the list of skills and attributes that employers are looking for in graduates.
So what is it and why does it matter?
There’s lots of ‘preneur’ terminology out there but what does it actually mean?
And why should it matter to you?
It’s not all AI and Skynet!
Should you feel willing to put your future at the fate of an online test, Career Assessments could open your mind to the career possibilities that await you!
They’re not going to predict your future, but they can help you to assess your skills, interests, strengths and other aspects of yourself to indicate sectors or jobs that might be a good fit for you.