Learning to code means more than simply adding something new to your skillset. Here are seven reasons you should consider coding right now:
Can’t seem to get things done? To help make the most of your time, here are six things productive people do every day (that you should start doing right now):
Internships can be fantastic for adding experience to your CV, and could help you land a full-time role. We spoke to Inspiring Interns to find out the best way to impress:
Always being told you’re overqualified? It might not mean what you think. To help reassure you, here are six of the most annoying things recruiters say, and what they actually might mean:
Looking to learn something new? To narrow down your options, here are three of the hottest courses you can find on reed.co.uk this May:
Graduation: The beginning of freedom, or the end of an era? To help you to deal with life after getting your degree in the right way, here’s our comprehensive post-university checklist:
We spoke to Nell Campbell of The Learning People, one of the UK’s biggest providers of digital marketing qualifications, for her top tips on impressing employers:
Technological advancements are key in any industry, and healthcare is no different. To inspire you to become a part it, here are four technologies that are about to change the healthcare industry:
Finding the right graduate role for you isn’t always easy. To help maximise your chances of success, here’s our advice on how to apply for graduate jobs:
May: a good month for Leicester City fans. Also, jobseekers. To help find your next role, here are five of the top companies hiring this month on reed.co.uk:
Looking for a job with a future? You’re in luck (DeLorean on standby). To give you a glimpse of what’s already out there, here are five futuristic jobs that actually exist right now:
Thinking about an internship? We spoke to Inspiring Interns, to find out seven ways to help ensure you make the most out of your opportunity:
Group interviews can be pretty stressful. We’ve already covered group interview dos and don’ts, but here are a few more things you should never do at a group interview:
Role-plays. Hypothetical scenarios. Lego? It must be a group interview. We’ve already covered some group interview dos and don’ts, but here are a few common group interview questions that could come up, and how to handle them:
Always putting in the extra hours? You’re not alone. In fact, Britain’s workforce clocks up £43bn worth of unpaid overtime every year, according to our latest research.
As difficult as it can be to believe,interviewers are actually human. To help you get to grips with some of their styles, here are six common types of interviewers which you could encounter.
Whether you want to become a Courier or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Courier Career Guide to find the facts.
Whether you want to become an Analyst or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Analyst Career Guide to find the facts.
Sometimes finding the right job is as simple as finding the right employer. To make sure you know when to apply (and when to steer clear), here are eight tell-tale signs your potential employer is not the one:
Think it’s time you moved up within your organisation? Here’s a quick guide on how to get promoted (you know, just in case)…
Let’s face it, job adverts aren’t always the easiest things to understand. To help you make sense of what employers really mean, we’ve decoded some of the most (over)used job advert buzzwords:
Whether you want to become a Massage Therapist or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Massage Therapist Career Guide to find the facts.
Whether you want to become a Screenwriter or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Screenwriter Career Guide to find the facts.
Whether you want to become a Pediatrician or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Pediatrician Career Guide to find the facts.