We've pulled together some of our best money savings to make that move to London as smooth as possible. From cheap ways to have fun to tracking all that cash that's being spent in Pret - we round up how to stay sensible with your spending and stop asking the bank of Mum and Dad for a hand-out.
All the ammunition you’ll ever need to freshen up your CV, nail that interview and prepare yourself for the working world is right here.
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LinkedIn is a rare breed of social media that nobody seems to understand until after they graduate. Once you have passed all your final exams and moved out of your student house it might be time to blow the cobwebs off your LinkedIn profile and start using it properly.
Innovate Finance's Head of Policy and Regulation, Dan Morgan, explains why FinTech must be on your watchlist of exciting new sectors to explore.
Forget everything you’ve ever heard about a role in customer service. The world is changing. Customer service is the latest role to be redefined into something that people are competing furiously to land a job in.
We asked some of the grads on our books: what was the weirdest or funniest interview experience you ever had? The answers were hilarious (and sometimes downright worrying). Here are some of our favourites!
There are a few factors that can mean you hit a bit of a roadblock after graduation. The sudden lack of structure and deadlines combined with career pressure either from family or your own motivation to do well can start to have a negative effect on your mental health.
Starting a graduate job is often a shock to the system. After years of living via your own personal body clock and using the library from midday until 2am simply because it suits your mood, strict working hours can make productivity feel elusive.