Graduation guide – how to find work experience and internships

You’ve graduated, congratulations! First of all, these two previous blog posts: How picky should you be when applying and 5 steps to getting your CV looking goodare good starting points. Then, once you’ve got a plan, it’s time to delve into finding yourself some work experience. Our insights will help you on your way…

Graduation guide – 5 steps to getting your CV looking good

You’ve just graduated, congratulations! After three or four years of hard work/hard partying (delete as applicable!) you’ve managed to pull off a degree. Next step? Pulling off a job – despite your rather experience-free CV…

Graduation guide – how picky should you be when applying?

Graduating is tough. After three or four years cocooned in the university bubble you’re thrust into the real world of trying to find a job. For many grads the situation can feel dire: you have little or no valid work experience (or at least that’s what you think) and are thousands of pounds in debt. Additionally, it’s possible that your dream job won’t immediately materialise, so how prepared should you be to deviate from your chosen career plan?

5 jobs that help make a great summer holiday

Who doesn’t look forward to their summer holiday? Here are five jobs that can make all the difference to how much you (and others) enjoy it, as well as information on how you can get started in them…

How to relocate for a pay rise

With the phrase “in-work poverty” used to describe wages that fail to cover the costs of basic living, and many first-time buyers struggling to get on the property ladder in London, it’s no wonder that many working professionals will be questioning whether they might be better off relocating to other cities or regions. So, here are five cities that could offer you a rewarding alternative to the capital…