Exams are now a distant memory and you have probably returned all the books to the library by now leaving you with just a few journal articles on your night stand to remind you of the sweet 3 years (or maybe more) that have gone by faster than you had ever thought they would. The memories of sitting through never-ending lectures or seminars that resembled the Great Inquisition will slowly fade away and the sense of reality will kick in before you know it.
So here are my 7 tips on how you can get over the nostalgia and jump on the job market saddle ASAP:
As a follow up to Employer Liaison’s most recent posting regarding graduate jobs outside London I’ve just completed a bit of additional research around the Engineering sector and, spookily, the results look awfully similar:
- Gradcracker: 40% current vacancies outside London and the South East
- TARGETjobs: 30% current vacancies outside London and the South East
- The Graduate Recruitment Bureau: 40% current vacancies outside London and the South East
And if you look at a couple more sites… Continue Reading
As a student/graduate from City University London, it might seem like the natural option for you to look for work in the capital when you finish your course. It makes sense: a big variety of businesses hiring, most companies have their head offices in London, it’s a fast paced environment with people as competitive as they come and opportunities to match. On the other hand however, competition is fierce – you would not only be competing for jobs with fellow Londoners, but with graduates from all around UK, Europe and even the world.
While students are fighting for jobs, with some opportunities in London receiving up to 20,000 applications for 100 available places (e.g. L’Oreal Schemes), UK regional graduate recruiters are unable to fill in their vacancies due to a skills gap in the market.
So if you are still considering your options and are open to relocating within the UK, here are some jobs available for you on our City CareersHub:
South West & South East
– Simmons & Simmons – Online Services Administrator – £Competitive Salary – Bristol – apply here
– Burges Salmon – Training Contract – £33,000 p/a – Bristol – apply here
Boost your confidence, clarify your sense of career direction and get tips on jobhunting and interview technique on Tuesday 10 June at the Summer Bootcamp for Graduates from 9am – 3pm. It’s not as daunting as it sounds! but is a chance to learn, share exeprience and to get your questions answered. Plus… a free lunch! To find out more about the content of the day and to sign up go to Continue Reading
A great opportunity to support disadvantaged young people, a chance to develop your leadership skills whilst enhancing your CV, as well as earning around £12 an hour. What more could you ask? We are currently looking for students to tutor English or Maths in primary schools or for GCSE or A Level, to start this October. For more infomation contact Continue Reading