10 Things Every Student Needs To Know About Recruitment
Jan12

10 Things Every Student Needs To Know About Recruitment

By Julieanne O’Hara I know recruitment processes can be horrible, you wonder why an organisation is putting you through such painful (and often slow) processes! If you have developed a strong network, you might be lucky to bypass the recruitment process, but with graduate employers on average receiving over 1000* applications, organisations rely on recruitment processes to help them find the needle in the haystack (YOU!)....

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Making New Year’s resolutions is easy, but keeping them … not so much
Jan05

Making New Year’s resolutions is easy, but keeping them … not so much

By Fiona Livy Check out some of the different ways UTS has got your back and how you can help turn your 2018 into Twenty Great-teen! Resolution 1: Be more mindful The easy answer is to take some time away from your laptop, pull up a lawn chair and enjoy some sunshine on Alumni Green. If you need more professional help though, you can speak with a consellor in the Health Services or book an appointment at the UTS Psychology Clinic...

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How to Make Best Use of LinkedIn While You’re Still in Uni
Dec22

How to Make Best Use of LinkedIn While You’re Still in Uni

By Abhyank Srinet In this fast-paced world, one has no choice but to be a part of the digital revolution that is taking place. As uni students, LinkedIn plays an important part in today’s world and making the best use of it – from finding better jobs to learning more from the experts in any field – contributes immensely to your professional networking. According to LinkedIn’s own reports, 80% of professionals consider...

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Put Some Christmas Cheer into Your Career
Dec15

Put Some Christmas Cheer into Your Career

Emily Edwards It’s Summer! You’ve finally reached the end of the year and you want nothing more than to relax in the sun, eat, drink and be merry. While it’s tempting to follow the call of those sunshine bevs and Christmas parties, there are ways that you can use this time wisely to help you get Career smart. Casual/Part-Time Work Don’t have any experience in your chosen industry? Your summer holidays are the perfect time to get some...

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How to Prepare for a Job Interview
Dec08

How to Prepare for a Job Interview

By Dara Braithwaite Job interviews can be a bit nerve wracking, but there are some easy ways to make sure you’re prepared and ready to impress any interviewers you may face! Research Hopefully you’ve done a bit of research on the organisation when tailoring your application and cover letter.  Revisit this research, and find out as much as you can about the organisation. If you know the names of your interviewers, search for them on...

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