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Yesterday, the Office for Students released this guide. But what’s included, and how can you best use it? Susannah has been taking a look through it to provide you the low-down…
What is reflection? How does it relate to your career? We share how you can use reflection throughout your career to help you succeed.
Well, have we got a week for you! We want to give you one full-on shot (call it a vaccine?) to protect you in an uncertain job market. We’ve got a jam-packed week of activities for you to get involved in, entirely free.
It’s easy to assume questions you need to be thinking about are the ones the interviewer asks you. But what are you going to ask them?
If you’re a parent, or you know a parent, or you have a parent… read this. A wonderful blog from an inspirational parent on the juggling act of parenting and work. Is it possible to ‘have it all’?
‘Opportunity is missed by most because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work’.
As a student, I know the pressure of graduating in difficult times and understand how important is to build a great skillset. Everyone is a great communicator, a fantastic problem solver and has a perfect academic record. I have seen so many highly talented connections accept jobs that don’t deserve them because they failed to negotiate ideally for the position.
I’m fortunate to have a great manager, so I asked her to share some musings with you on the topic.
There are some people who absolutely know what they’re doing with LinkedIn. Our Employability and Skills Manager, Chiara, is one of them. So I asked her to share all her secrets…