At StrategyCase.com former consultants from top level firms advise prospective applicants on how to make successful applications in this competitive sector. Here Florian offers his insight on what you could do during your time at university to differentiate yourself from the competition.
Greta Solomon is a writing coach, published author and a University of Warwick Psychology graduate. Here she shares what she wished she had known before taking the plunge into the lifestyle of freelance journalism.
As managing director of award winning PR agency Motive Steve McComish receives hundreds of emails every year asking for work experience but can only offer placements to a handful of candidates. Here are his top tips for getting your request noticed and making the best first impression.
The tech sector is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world; according to the World Economic Forum, at least 133 million new tech-related roles will be generated globally by 2022. Although tech is a booming industry, with ample employment and progression opportunities, the market is experiencing a skills shortage due to the lack of …
“We regret to inform you that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion” Noooooooo! I know it can feel like it in that moment but this is not the end of the world.
Writing a CV when you haven’t got very much to put on it yet feels quite demotivating, especially if you’re just one of hundreds of applicants. Guest blogger Andrew Fennel from StandOut CV suggests that, if your application is looking blank at the moment, you can add much more detail by incorporating your transferable skills.
Graduate roles can receive hundreds – if not thousands – of applications. This means that time-strapped recruiters don’t spend long reading your CV, even if you spend hours making sure it’s perfect. Here’s what guest blogger Andrew Fennell (the founder of CV writing advice website StandOut CV ) thinks your CV needs to do to …