How to be Bold on LinkedIn for Graduates

This is the first post on this month’s theme of social media and looks at how you can use LinkedIn to stand out amongst your peers. Linkedin for graduates is a particularly useful tool, as it can expose you to a network you would have otherwise never have known of,...

Finding a Job: You’ve already got a uni debt

When you’re finding a job after graduation, you’re going to have to trade salary for experience. You’re not going to get the big bucks just yet, but the experience you gain will help you in the future. This post looks at why that trade-off should always stop at pay...

Job interview tips: it’s all about the employer

We’ve looked at resumes (and we’ll continue to do that more) but it’s time to start thinking about what you should be doing at the next stage. This post on job interview tips will give you a foundation for this crucial stage. I have a friend who loves job interviews....

Answering selection criteria 101

Why has an employer written this stuff? Selection criteria are a strange beast. Answering selection criteria is even stranger. This is a sister post to our job description post from 2016. Check out What does that mean?, for more information. A resume and cover letter...