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The future jobs landscape: what's in store for the class of 2020?

An article in last week’s Irish Times advised college students to pursue languages, learn IT skills, examine the burgeoning construction sector or get excited about engineering. 678 more words

Careers Advice

The graduate market in 2015

I’ve just finished reading the annual High Fliers graduate market report for 2015 and so I wanted to report its main highlights for those of you with limited time. 701 more words


How to Improve your Application

Written by guest blogger Jenny Davies, a Graduate Recruiter within the FDM Group

The thought of finishing university may seem like a long way off yet, but it will come around quicker than you think, so it is best to be prepared! 420 more words

Applications And CVs

Recruiting graduates with learning difficulties is both possible and good for the business. By Dickens, it's fair too!

Regular readers might have noticed that nothing riles me more than patently unfair and illogical recruitment practices. Like a modern-day Charles Dickens, I rage against unfairness but not at such great length, you’ll be pleased to hear. 1,336 more words


Kloodle's guide to networking

This is a guest post by Phillip Hayes, CEO & Co-Founder of Kloodle. Kloodle is a social network for graduate recruitment, student employability and early stage careers. 1,086 more words

Applications And CVs

Recruiters and universities: To reach the children, you need to engage with their parents

If you are blessed with small children and doubly blessed with small children talented enough to play football for the local team coached by someone’s dad, then you have surely witnessed the parents from hell. 996 more words


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The 5 New Rules of Job Search

Recruiting practices have changed with the growth of social media and also with the tough job market we have been experiencing. 46 more words

Graduate Recruitment