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It's important to keep your CV tidy so employers aren't put off. Clare Whitmell shares her tips on how to give your application documents a spring clean.
Helen Stringer, Careers Services Manager at Warwick Uni, suggests four ways to move forward in the job hunt.
From the basic pay to your benefits package, it’s important to know the most effective way to negotiate an offer.
Karen Gill and Maxine Benson explain why the retail sector needs to shop around for more senior female staff.
Due to changing markets, tech companies now look for a wider range of skills in their graduates.
How an MBA internship can open up a whole new career path...
A popular form of psychometric testing, SHL tests are used by over 15,000 companies worldwide as part of their assessment process.
Training contract applications getting you down? You are not the only one.
The Watson-Glaser test is used by employers to assess candidates’ ability to think critically.
Here are some tips to help you onto the career ladder in 2013.
Inside Buzz brings you a brief introduction to one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK job market: Engineering.
Guest Blogger Derrina Jebb tells us about life on the GDL course at BPP Law School.
Students often rush into a PhD without knowing what it entails. Here's what you need to consider.
Studying abroad can help you stand out from the crowd in the job market. So start packing your suitcases now!
Being ahead of the career curve is essential to ensure you're protected in the long and short term.
Here are the seven realities that every graduate must face in order to succeed.
Find out how to make yourself stand out in the application process using the rule of three.
Why job seekers looking to give their job search the edge should look to LinkedIn.
Want to be one of the 2.2 million engineers needed over the next decade? Here's what you need to know.
Clare Whitmell explains how digging out little-known options and being more experimental can help your career.
Graduate job seekers are often so focused on landing their first big break, they don't think how to adapt to working life.