If you want to ‘make a difference’ through your work but aren’t yet clear what shape this might take, answering the following questions may help you move from a gut feeling of wanting to do something worthwhile to a clearer goal and a plan.
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 …
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.
Many highly capable, intelligent (often) female students do not necessarily fulfil their potential, either as students or when they enter the graduate labour market. Students at top Universities represent the intellectual elite. However, it’s one thing to know this and something else to believe it.
Since I last wrote about Strengths, (How-to-crack-strengths-based-interviews ) there has been a steady increase in the number of organisations using Strengths-based recruitment in order to determine which candidates will be the best fit. According to the Association of Graduate Recruiters, around 40% of top graduate recruiters are now using a strengths-based approach. It’s therefore important …
Graduation is always a joyous occasion; graduates catching up with their friends and celebrating their academic achievements, accompanied by proud parents, family members and partners. Also if you’re lucky, sunshine. And there was certainly plenty of that this year, as Warwick graduates, guests and staff wilted quietly in the heat.
In these days of post-Brexit doom and gloom, I wanted to share some positive news for finalists graduating from University this summer.Recently High Flyers, (the organisation which represents the UK’s top Top 100 recruiters), announced that around 75% of top graduate employers are still in the process of filling vacancies for 2016.