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The Graduate Recruitment Processes at Major Companies

Our world is an ever-changing one, so the graduate recruitment process too has greatly changed from what it was known to be. It used to be that to secure a job in your company of choice, you only needed to finish with a good grade.  1,576 more words

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Alumnus Case Study - The work of an Assistant Copywriter

Guest blogger Jordan Beardall talks of his job seeking experience after graduating from University of Huddersfield as well as his experience in his new job as Assistant Copywriter with… 892 more words

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Sunderland Futures Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair

The University of Sunderland will host the Sunderland Futures Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair on 14th November 10:00-14:00 at City Space.

Find out more on the Sunderland Futures site… 13 more words

Parents. A growing influence on their kids - and how this affects your engagement strategy now and in the future

In the immortal words of Hull bard Philip Larkin, they f**k you up your mum and dad. It’s OK to be crude when it’s Art of course. 678 more words


The Biggest Careers Fair Fail

“You only get one chance to make a first impression!”

Yesterday was the Careers Fair at Lancaster University where the great and good of Graduate Employment came to speak with students & graduates about their opportunities. 421 more words

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Engaging ‘Generation Y’: the challenges and opportunities for employers

On Thursday, October 30th 2014, Dublin’s Alexander Hotel hosted the latest in gradireland’s series of Breakfast Masterclasses.

The Halogen Talent Summit on the ‘The Future of Work – a Masterclass in Managing the New Generation’ explored such themes as: 836 more words

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Winning abroad: addressing Ireland’s struggle with foreign languages

A seminar was hosted on October 22nd, in the Royal College of Surgeons, by EIL Ireland on the subject of ‘Ireland’s Struggle with Foreign Languages,’ with input from academia, industry and graduates on the low priority which languages are given within the Irish education system and efforts to address this situation. 578 more words

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