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.
So you’re interested in the world of investment banking and want to know how to get ahead of the game? How do you get your “foot in the door” of this competitive and high profile industry. How can you find out if the worlds of “Mergers and Acquisitions”, “Sales and Trading”, “Compliance and Risk Management” or “Operations” are …
Recruiters often ask for “a sense of humour” in job descriptions or person specifications. Is this a cliché or is it intended to make their job adverts attractive? Could it be coded language warning of onerous duties and expectations and odd company cultures?