Graduate CV & Interview Advice
Aged 18-24 and looking for work? Here are our top tips on how to kick-start (or restart) your career and find a job you love.
Not sure what to do after you graduate? Luckily, there are a number of roles that might suit you, no matter what subject your degree is in.
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We spoke to Randstad, the world’s largest recruitment company, to get their advice on how to secure a grad scheme role. Here are five of their top tips.
Wondering how you can add a little extra to your CV? We’ve already covered whether you should include your hobbies, but here are five extracurricular activities you might want to add to your CV.
For many recent graduates, finding a job abroad is an attractive option. To help you figure out the logistics of moving abroad for work, here are our top tips on finding international graduate jobs.
When it comes to graduate jobs, it’s all about finding your perfect match. Here are some of the top graduate employers hiring with reed.co.uk right now.
Just graduated, but unsure how to demonstrate your skills and experience on your CV? Here’s our graduate CV template to help you get started:
If you’re still feeling frustrated when it comes to the finer details, here’s our cover letter template specifically designed for recent graduates:
Not sure what roles you can do with your 2:2? To help you get started, here are some great 2:2 degree jobs, and some of our top tips on how you can get there.
Ready to start work? It’s time to get your answers in check. Here are a few of the most commonly asked graduate interview questions (and our advice on how to answer them):
Ready to put your career in the hands of the law? To help you decide what legal job is right for you, here’s our advice on what you can do with your law degree: