To give you an insight into what it’d be like to be a Facebook employee, here’s what’s it’s like to work there (and our top tips to help you land the job):
Want to make more money? Here are six easy ways you could be supplementing your income right now – and how to get started.
Not sure you can juggle work and study effectively? To make sure you’re not compromising the quality of your studies or taking on too much, here’s our essential guide to fitting work around studying:
When it comes to using your English degree, communication is key. To make sure you know what’s out there, here’s what you can actually do with your English degree:
We’ve already covered what not to do at a group interview, but here’s our guide to some of the most popular group interview tasks and activities.
To help you sort your autocratic leaders from your Laissez-Faire, here are five of the most common management styles (and how to deal with them).
Don’t think you have time to learn something new? We spoke to Connect-Ed, who revealed five ways using technology every day will make you more intelligent:
It isn’t just the kids who are kicking off their education this month. If you’re ready to learn something new here are three courses you could be taking now.
Want to work ‘where dreams come true’? To help you ‘imagineer’* it, here’s everything you need to know about working for Disney – wishing on a star not necessary…
When it comes to IT interviews, preparation is key. To make sure you’re not caught off guard, here are five of the most common IT interview questions that you should prepare for:
Looking to you make your September more memorable? Here are five of the biggest companies you could be working for right now:
Thinking of quitting? There’s more than one way to say goodbye. Although we don’t condone (nor recommend) trying these at home, here are eight of the greatest ways people have actually resigned:
Starting a new job can be nerve-racking, no matter how confident you are. Make sure you make the right impression, and get off to the perfect start.
The most important thing to remember is that an interview is a two way process. Here are some potential job interview questions for employers:
Not being invited for interviews? It’s not you, it’s your CV. We’ve already covered what not to do on your CV, but here are a few more CV faux-pas that could be sabotaging your career:
Finally getting over the shock of graduation? It’s time to start using your degree. We’ve already covered what you need to know about graduate schemes, but here are six reasons you should consider joining one:
Whether you want to become a Tree Surgeon or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Tree Surgeon Career Guide to find the facts.
Whether you want to become a Lexicographer or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Lexicographer Career Guide to find the facts.
Whether you want to become a Travel Blogger or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Travel Blogger Career Guide to find the facts.
Just got your A level results, and not sure where to go next? Here are some of our top tips to help you weigh up the options on A level results day:
It can be tempting to use the same phrases and adjectives when writing your CV. Learn how to say something different, and set yourself apart.
Why work in Care? We spoke to healthcare specialist Nurse Plus, who shared five of the biggest benefits for anyone considering care work:
Feeling inspired this August? To help you make the most of your time this summer, here are three courses you could be doing right now:
Whether you want to become a Sommelier or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Sommelier Career Guide to find the facts.