Arts students can be subject to derisory comments about their employability from housemates who are studying science or vocational courses. Unless the skills you are gaining from your degree discipline are made explicit it can be hard to justify how your skills make you equally appealing to graduate recruiters. These criticisms can be frustrating and … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2018
Developing a successful CV…the 7 essentials
There is no one way of writing a CV, everyone has an opinion on the style and format! Well, here is a quick guide to putting together an effective CV that you can tailor to the job of your dreams, summer work or part time work. Continue reading
How to get hired by a start-up
Whilst both are created by entrepreneurs, there are significant differences between start-ups and small and medium sized enterprise (SME’s) in terms of their business models . A feature of a start up is it’s potential for growth, to become a large scale business and create a completely new market. In this blog, guest writer Austin … Continue reading
Mind the gap! The skills employers require and what graduates assume they want.
What are the skills that graduates think are important to recruiters? And are there any differences in what recruiters consider to be relevant? Recent research reveals some interesting findings… Continue reading