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How to Prepare for Psychometric Tests

The tests, which use assessment tools designed by psychologists, are designed to reveal the truth about candidates' abilities or personality traits. Many larger companies and organisations use them to get a more rounded picture of...

Tests, assessments and other tricky stuff

It’s likely that at some time in your career you’ll be up against some sort of selection and/or assessment procedure. This might be part of the selection process for a new role, be included in...

Should I volunteer overseas? Things you should consider

It is debatable whether many volunteering opportunities bring real benefits to host communities and often exploit the good intentions of well-meaning volunteers. UK student volunteers can pay thousands of pounds (most going to the...

Seven simple steps to start networking

If there is one regret I have about University, it is that I didn’t understand the importance of networking. I locked myself away, studying into the small hours, thinking that was the key to...

Using Social Media for Job Prospecting

In this day and age the Internet is an integral part of our lives. Some see it as detrimental to us as a society, whilst others view it as a marvellous creation that has...

Beginners’ guide to networking

Networking can simply be the passing on of information. You network every day, whether you realise it or not. When speaking to a friend you might recommend a film, a hairdresser, or a good restaurant....

Prepping for interviews

You’ve managed to land yourself an interview. This is your opportunity to shine, to stand out from the crowd and land your dream job. Make sure you give yourself the best possible opportunity to...

EY transforms graduate scheme by rolling out apprenticeship add-on

Big Four accountant EY is to transform its graduate scheme in 2018 by offering apprenticeships to existing students and new joiners. Eligible graduates will be given the option of working towards a government-accredited apprenticeship alongside...

Know your rights as a new employee

So you’ve been looking around for a while at jobs and have finally landed yourself a position. Starting a new career can be an intimidating time, especially when you’re a student or newly graduated....

What NOT to put in your CV

When you submit your CV  to any company, it had better be good. The  graduate recruitment manager who receives your application will have had dozens or even hundreds of CVs to sift through, sort and read....
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