Thriving in the digital age
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If you are thinking about applying to work in recruitment, but aren’t entirely sure that it’s for you, then have a read of a few things you might not have realised about almost all graduate recruitment jobs.
You might have many different reasons in your first graduate job for handing in your notice. But whatever your reasons for writing a notice letter, you must be aware of the way that you leave things.
The reality is that sometimes you need to boost your CV to get a full-time graduate job – particularly if the industry you are aiming for is extremely competitive. One way to do this is to seek out graduate internships relevant to the job applications that you have been sending out.
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.
Use the free time you have at university wisely, be structured in your approach to learning and try to be as balanced as possible in everything you do and you’ll set yourself up for an easier transition into work life as a graduate.
Today’s job market is expanding and new job opportunities are opening across all sectors. The esports industry is a great example of an emerging market.
We can’t stress it enough – lunch in Clerkenwell and Farringdon is an endless array of delicious cuisines just waiting to be sampled by you and yours.
If you are sitting there reading this with a degree in mathematics under your belt and no idea what to do next, stop worrying. You are well-equipped to take on a multitude of different roles, even if everything feels bit uncertain right now.