Category Archives: Graduates
As with race, disability, sexual orientation and sex, discriminating against someone based on their religious or philosophical beliefs is against the law.
The major Abrahamic faiths are covered by the law (Islam, Christianity and Judaism) as well
Over a quarter of students (28%) would be too embarrassed to tell their friends that they are going to work in a bank, according to new research from Lloyds.
Young people are reluctant to apply for jobs in the banking sector because of the indus
Having a strong selection of skills on your CV is more important than ever suggests new data from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Their latest Labour Market Outlook Data that even though the jobs market is improv
The law states that employers have to treat disabled applicants fairly during the recruitment process and also during their employment.
A person is defined as disabled by legislation if they have a physical or mental impairment and the
With growing student fees and graduate debt, the size of the salary on offer is the biggest consideration of those leaving university in 2013.
A survey of 2,205 students by Ernst & Young, showed that a large pay packet has risen to the top of
According to Careers Cast, which has ranked careers in the US for 25 years, being an Actuary sits on top of the best jobs to do in 2013.
Due to the threat of new technologies and sweeping job loses being a print journalist is considered the worst
Gender equality is an area that unfortunately isn’t always as equal as we’d quite like, but things are gradually improving with time.
Even though girls generally out perform boys during education, there is still an average pay gap between the
Gaps in your CV aren’t necessarily a bad thing, but you’ll have to be prepared to explain them during an interview later on. Some gaps are easier to explain than others.
Employers have a sharp eye for detail, so they’re unlikely to miss chro
Bobby Nayyar of Equality in Publishing (Equip) offers his advice on how to get into publishing.
1. Think Digital. Do Digital. Be Digital
Digital publishing has caused and continues to cause a sea change in the industry – one that is excitin
The art of writing a good CV has changed considerably since your parents were sending off job applications. Times change, along with cultural practices and business etiquette. What might have been appropriate 20 years ago may not be the right thing t