Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Development Manager, Careers The word is that the graduate job market hasn’t been so buoyant in years, as it is right now. Sometimes though, it might not feel like it when you’re in the middle of looking for work. Juggling dissertations, final assignments and exams, while also being … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: The practicalities of the job hunt
Guest blog written by Matt Anerich, Content Writer at Inspiring Interns It can be a scary time of the year, with exams and the impending world of graduate careers starting to open up. But you’ll be surprised how becalming taking some steps towards applications can be. The most important tip? Start doing them! You’ll learn … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: A guide to graduate job applications
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers If it seems like all your friends have graduate jobs, summer work or travelling lined up for the end of the Summer Term and you’ve not yet, don’t despair – there are still opportunities out there. You just need to get looking and applying. Big company … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: There are still jobs out there!
Blog written by Rachel Jenkins, Employer Liaison Assistant, Careers Interview Tips & Tricks – Wednesday 28 January 2015 Panel: Becky Jones: Careers (Chair) Rebecca Fullam: Nestle Connie Parkin: Nestle Sarah-Annis Brookes: PwC Kristien Esser: Guided Solutions Tess Marsden: Guided Solutions Event Summary: Are you preparing for an interview, or planning on applying for a graduate job or internship … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Interview Tips & Tricks Q&A
Careers blog written by Janice Simpson, Careers Adviser, Careers If you’re a science student it can sometimes feel that there aren’t many graduate job opportunities out there, despite regular reports in the media stating that STEM students are in demand. So what’s going on and how do you find job opportunities? It’s important to remember … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Searching for science-related vacancies
Are you set for life after graduation? Have you got a job or a place on a postgraduate course ready for summer? If so, Nouse writer, Rachel Banning-Lover, needs you. Rachel is writing a blog, The Graduate, charting Finalists who are set for life after York. If you would like to tell her about your plans … Continue reading Finalists wanted for The Graduate blog
1. Fail to research how, where and when jobs are advertised This knocks you out of the running from the start and almost guarantees you will be unsuccessful. If you want to apply for graduate jobs you need to do your research to make sure you understand how employers recruit and how to find out … Continue reading 9 ways NOT to get a job