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Grad Jobs Fair: 7th October 2014: What NOT to do

If you’re planning to attend our Graduate Jobs Fair on  7th October 2014 (and really, if you’re interested enough to be reading this blog post, you should be !) it’s worth thinking about a few potential pit falls that can be easily avoided. 424 more words

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Tech jobs win top jobs in 2014

Holla to all my tech buddies out there! Good news if you are a tech geek (like me!)

The boom in the tech industry means that your interest in data and the virtual world can bring in some mega cash. 59 more words


Grad Jobs Fair : 7th October 2014 : Start Preparing!

We’ve been busy planning our Grad Jobs Fair here at The University of Huddersfield.

On the 7th October 2014 we’ll have employers coming onto our campus with job vacancies, many of which already have closing dates so it’s a chance for you to get ahead of the game by applying early. 375 more words

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1 September

Today is the first time in five years where I haven’t had to worry about the training contract “deadline” day of 1 September. Instead I can turn part of my attention to the football transfer deadline day, which happens to fall on 01/09 this year, but more importantly write my first blog entry for Star Potential. 1,182 more words


Gender confidence gap evident amongst first year students

I’m writing this on Transfer Deadline Day, so apologies if I have to break off periodically to announce that an already-rich-as-Croesus footballer has moved from one money-making corporate entity to another, to the immense satisfaction of his agent and the up-market retail outlets in his latest port of convenience. 526 more words

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From Student to Graduate: where do you begin?

A guest post from Charlotte Ashley-Roberts at the Royal Society of Chemistry:

Finally, exams are over, you’ve had a well-earned rest and it’s time to decide what to do with the rest of your life. 708 more words

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Friends and Family. Filling the void left by careers service confusion in schools?

I hated being a Fresher. Even though I was young, spotty and a virgin when I started university I thought of myself as far too sophisticated and grown-up to be lumped alongside all the other spotty young virgins the older kids called Freshers. 742 more words

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