Everybody’s first week of work after University is likely to be a bit of a culture-shock. Adulting starts here.
London in the summer is one of the best cities in the world. It might be a little more congested with tourists, and slightly stickier in the heat, but with so much going on you are spoilt for choice with what to do with those extra-long summer days.
Phone interviews are becoming increasingly common. They are a useful way for employers to screen candidates before a face-to-face interview, particularly if confidence and personality are key factors in the job role.
Get ready to reverse your thinking, graduate life definitely has a lot to offer (plus it doesn’t include 9am lectures on a hangover).
Internships can be a great way to get experience. If you are finding it difficult to get a graduate job straight off the bat, then an internship will considerably fill out your CV.
Degree, done. Pretty exciting, right? You survived final year! Enjoy your success and get used to being called ‘The Graduate’.
At University you seem to be either one or the other. Either halfway to alcoholism with a diet that heavily features pizza, or a sports star who splits time between the library and the gym.
A BrighterBox look at how important it is to tailor your CV when applying for graduate jobs. Spoiler alert: it's easier than you think.
Unsure of what path to follow after graduation? Genevieve Kotarska, who completed an International Relations degree at the University of Exeter, has compiled some tips from her own experiences to help you plot your way to that perfect graduate job.