Find out how to land your dream graduate job with our expert advice for graduates. Whether you need help adapting to graduate life, you’re looking to improve your job searching technique, or you’re just not sure of your options – we’ve got carefully tailored graduate career advice that’s guaranteed to boost your prospects.
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:
Need to make business your business? To help you figure out what direction to take, here’s what you can actually do with your business degree:
Figuring out what companies want in graduates isn’t always easy. We’ve already covered what graduate employers really want, but here are the top skills graduate employers are looking for:
Cardiff has been named the most cost-effective city to attend university, as part of the NatWest Student Living Index 2017. Find out how your uni stacks up.
Graduate Fairs: What you need to know
Want to find out your employment options after graduating? Here’s a great starting point…
When it comes to graduate jobs, it’s all about finding your perfect match. We’ve already covered what graduate employers really want, but here are some of the top graduate employers hiring with reed.co.uk in 2017:
So you’ve just finished uni. Now what? To help inspire you, here are five great ways to beat graduate unemployment:
Inquisitive about the human mind? To help you get started, here are a few jobs in psychology you could apply for with your degree:
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:
Four key things to avoid to help make 2017 a summer to remember – and what you can do over the break to help improve your career prospects.
We talked to a current student, who shared her experiences of how she coped with being at university full-time whilst living with anxiety and depression.
Our blogger, Lydia Randall, gives her top tips on how to build your work experience (when all the jobs you apply for ask for experience to get started).
To help you work out what needs to take precedence (and what needs to go), Lydia Randall gives some of her top tips on how to get your priorities sorted.
Our blogger, Lydia Randall, on how some relationship clichés can apply to your course, your career & beyond – and what to do next if you reach a crossroads.
Our graduate blogger, Lydia Randall, explains how learning to embrace losses could help move your life – and your career – forward.
Thinking about going to uni? There’s more than one way to get a degree. To make your options clearer, here’s everything you need to know about the most common degree levels:
Our graduate blogger, Lydia Randall, talks about the benefits of working over the Christmas period – whether you love it, or loathe it.
Our graduate blogger, Lydia, talks about how she found great work experience placements – and gives her top tips on how to find one that works for you.
We spoke to Lydia to find out more about her role, and she’s using her own experience to help graduates find their perfect post-uni position:
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:
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:
When you graduate, it seems like everyone is an expert on employment. We’ve already covered 10 things you wish you could tell your pre-graduate self, but here are eight things all recent graduates are tired of hearing: