Is Finding A Job Your Full-Time Job?
Sep29

Is Finding A Job Your Full-Time Job?

By Becca Cole From scrolling pages and pages of job ads, cold-calling employers, writing (and re-writing) your resume, cover letter and selection criteria, to the interview preparation and follow up, finding a job can easily turn into your full-time job.   Often when it comes to a job search, you get out of it what you put into it. Are you tailoring your resume for each job? Are you calling the company to follow up on your...

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Getting The Most Out of Your Extracurriculars While At Uni
Sep27

Getting The Most Out of Your Extracurriculars While At Uni

Featuring Mikhael Hammer-Bleich from Spacer It’s getting to that time of year where many students are staring down the barrel of graduation, and are starting to worry about their professional identity. At this point, many begin to see the benefits of taking on some extracurricular activities to build up their resumes. If this is you, then it’s important that you do your best to make the most out of any new experiences you take on!...

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How The Robot Uprising May Impact Your Career
Sep25

How The Robot Uprising May Impact Your Career

By Mia Casey Well it’s happening: the robots are here, and they’re taking over. New technologies including AI and automation are set to increasingly disrupt current workplaces over the coming years, with the technology becoming the norm in the coming decades. For students, this raises issues in career planning and education objectives, as automation is set to take over many of the tasks they are currently studying to be proficient in....

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How Can A Recruitment Consultant ACTUALLY Help?
Sep22

How Can A Recruitment Consultant ACTUALLY Help?

Cerys Rogers You have just graduated or completed your internship and are now looking to progress on to the next phase of your job search. Where should you go from here? In addition to hunting through online job boards such as seek.com you may find it helpful to engage with a Recruitment Consultant in order to maximise your chances of landing your dream job.  So who should you talk to, where should you start and how do you know which...

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3 Tips To Surviving Your First Performance Review
Sep15

3 Tips To Surviving Your First Performance Review

By Kathleen Connolly Performance review: sounds scary right? Someone sitting opposite you making judgements on every single thing you have done at work and telling you what they think about it. Well yes, that is exactly what performance reviews are about, but the truth is, your manager is already doing this. Every. Single. Day. The performance review is just a formal way to capture all the conversations you have (hopefully) had and a...

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