Get on with it and make the most of career fairs, advised three recent graduates at the Match Ready Business and Economics workshop recently.
Yay, the career event is over. And you think you nailed it! Well, no, not quite. After making all that effort you don’t want to lose out on future opportunities by scurrying back into your corner and not following up.
Here are 6 tips on how to keep momentum up after the fair or event is over.
Don't let rejection prevent you from achieving your dreams and landing the career you want. It took me 15 years to realise that a single rejection didn't have to mean the end of my career dream to be a journalist. One rejection does not equate to failure, don't let it!
It can be rather daunting to be told you have to complete a psychometric assessment when you apply for a job, particularly if you’ve never done one before. Student Employability and Careers Specialist Emma Spires demystifies the process.
As most employers only spend 6 seconds - on average - reading a CV the first time, you really don’t want to lose their interest or annoy them during that first quick read! Here is an outline of some of the things that employers find most annoying about CVs. Read to be prepared.