If your current job doesn’t excite you as much as it used to, you’re not alone! So, if you’ve had a change of heart about your career, read on to see the top questions you should ask yourself before deciding to make the jump.
You’ve got through the first interview, and been invited back for a second. It’s important that you feel confident, but it’s equally important to remember that you’ve got to give it your all again. Here are our top tips to ace your second interview.
You might only get the opportunity to ask questions at the end, but this can be the most important section of an interview. Make sure you are asking the right ones.
The thought of securing your perfect IT apprenticeship may seem daunting. Be sure to think through these five steps so you can really kick-start your career:
It’s a commonly held view that Brits don’t like discussing money. But with workers being more stressed at work than ever, isn’t it time to pluck up the courage and ask for a pay rise?
As a new graduate, putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard nowadays) to write a cover letter may seem daunting if you’ve never done it before. Read our tips on what employers will be looking for.
The way we search for jobs has changed over recent years, but will automation and AI be the next things to revolutionise your search for the perfect job?
We’ve rounded up our top tips for making sure you rock interview-chic all year round.
We all need time off work every now and again, but did you know that your company isn’t always obliged to pay you for it?
With university drawing to an end for another crop of graduates, it is time to think about whether a graduate engineering job could be the right choice.