What does the current job market look like for students who will graduate this summer? The press would have you believe the market is unremittingly gloomy; that it’s saturated with graduates, with supply exceeding demand. Future automation will mean the end of many jobs, including some professions. Brexit and Trump will ruin everything and the world as …
‘Happen what?’ I hear you say. More of that later…the conventional wisdom in the careers guidance profession is that having a career plan is essential. That a clearly defined strategy will help you to manage the direction you want your career to take. But can you still achieve success without a career plan?
This month it’s Valentine’s Day, and some of you may be trying to attract that ‘special someone’. Some of the approaches you might take in your quest for love can be similarly applied to your search for your ideal job. Here are my top 5 tips.
Ok, so January is over but you may still feel you want to be a ‘better’ you. All part of the seemingly never ending quest for perfection. Well guess what, perfection is a myth! Stop seeking the impossible and instead embrace reality.
If you have got through to an assessment centre, well done! Give yourself credit for getting to this stage in the recruitment process. There are quite a number of parallels between a typical assessment centre and The Great British Bake Off (bear with me, read on…)