Job Advice

Trying to get a new job can sometimes seem like a Sisyphean task. Despite applying for perhaps dozens of roles, you're not
Maybe you're in a job that's making you miserable or you're just bored but can't think of a fulfilling career. Maybe you've
Do you want to get a new job, get promoted or get a pay rise? Then now's the time to dust off your CV and really get it battle ready, because it's currently the 17th annual International Update Your Resume Month.
When it comes to getting where you want to be on the career ladder, there are numerous ways to get your foot on your favoured
Have you recently graduated? Did you get less than the magical '2:1 or above' demanded by so many fast-track graduate schemes? If so, it's natural to feel a bit deflated - but don't panic or despair. Instead, remember these five points:
You've spent three years (or more) studying, your degree's done, your CV's sparkling and you've landed your first job interview in your post-graduation life.
There's a huge debate between career experts right now over whether or not you should put a photo on your CV - after all
Whatever your political views, one good thing about the Conservative win in the General Election is their promise to create three million apprenticeships for young people aged between 16 and 24 by 2020.
Be grown up, meticulous, thorough and treat it as a sales pitch for product YOU, and your cover letter will be anything but uninspiring - and it'll get those recruiters reading your incredible CV.
A lot of interview advice centres around the importance of making a good first impression. By now, you've probably got the basics covered - arrive 10 minutes early, dress to impress and don't forget that firm handshake.