If you’ve left university recently, then you are probably on the hunt for a graduate job. The first step involves writing a brand new CV.
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Job search successful. Tick. Bright eyed and bushy tailed. Ish. One month into your new role and already starting to feel overwhelmed? Let’s hope not.
You went on a gap year and now you’re looking to land your first graduate job.
When you’re applying for graduate jobs - or any jobs for that matter - your CV will always play a big role in determining whether you reach interview stage or not.
Today’s five minute read from BrighterBox has five quick tips to maximise your graduate job hunting efforts.
We love the Simpsons. We love great job-hunting tips. Ergo... Five lessons from The Simpsons to help on your graduate job hunt.
Introducing BrighterBox. The easier way to find a graduate job; the quick, efficient way to hire brilliant young talent.