December has been and gone and the cold, hard reality of January is now upon us all. It is rarely an easy time of year, but throw in the added pressures of a graduate job hunt and it can be particularly hard to get motivated, to stay motivated and to remain positive. Of course, everyone’s … More How to stay positive with your job hunt in the New Year
In difficult economic times such as these, UK graduates could find themselves struggling to find a job. Consequently, working abroad might seem like a more attractive and viable option. But before you get applying, there are a few things you might want to consider. Choosing a country From a casual browse of the internet, you … More Guest blog: How to find work abroad
Working at a startup is often hyped up to be a part of the next Google or Facebook but the reality is often quite different. Start-ups often have a lot less structure than corporate environments, which is certainly a positive aspect some times. We have a lot of different backgrounds that have come to work … More Guest blog: Why I chose to work at a startup
Whether you need help finding a part-time job, writing a CV or cover letter, or preparing for a graduate scheme, we can help. Where are we? The Careers & Enterprise Centre is based in the Queens’ building (pic on left) on the Mile End campus, which is number 19 on this campus map. We’re in room … More Careers & Enterprise: Who we are
Whether you’re trying to find part-time work, looking for an internship or getting a position after graduation, job hunting can be a bit daunting. But never fear! We’re here to help. What is job hunting? Ultimately we meaning finding work in whatever form – full-time, part-time, permanent, temporary, internships, work experience etc. Learn to job … More The Basics: Job Hunting
There is always a point when realisation hits that not every recent graduate has a full-time graduate role to walk straight into. In fact, if you find yourself in this position then you are actually in the majority. Truth is that when your last few months have been focused on the priority of academic deadlines … More Help me – I’m a graduate. What do I do now?
Author: Rebecca Lau (QMentor) We’ve all been that child in school who fell over in the playground – we might cry originally but after a while we pick ourselves back up and go play again. Finding a job is pretty much that case, we might get some rejections to begin with and feel very let … More Mentor corner: Recommendations to students