A Note for Students and Grads: Let Life Surprise You!
May17

A Note for Students and Grads: Let Life Surprise You!

By Chiara Alloggia   Let’s be honest about uni: the struggle is real. Enough said. We dedicate all this time to reading journal articles, writing essays, and managing those gruelling group assignments, whilst simultaneously trying to earn some sort of income to support our smashed avo fetish, whilst also coordinating 3 web browsers to make sure we secure those concert tickets. And then, during my degree (and especially since I’ve...

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Can You Handle Rejection??
May12

Can You Handle Rejection??

By Cerys Rogers Getting the right job at the right company can be a difficult process. However, remember that good things take time and you’re not the only one to have received rejection. It is a common process many go through, and you can choose to make the best of the experience and show professionalism. Here are 4 tips on how to handle job rejection and learn from it: 1. Don’t take it personally Receiving criticism can be...

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From intern to editor: Latte magazine’s Rebecca Bodman
May03

From intern to editor: Latte magazine’s Rebecca Bodman

By Rebecca Bodman (Originally posted on Business Chicks) As part of my uni degree, I had to complete a six-month paid internship. As an 18-year-old who’d just moved from Canberra to Sydney, six months of full-time paid work that counted toward my degree, meant I was cheering. I also kind of felt like a character in Gossip Girl – an internship felt so chic – especially at a five star hotel. When an internship is good, it’s really good....

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How to Research the Company You’re Applying to
Apr28

How to Research the Company You’re Applying to

By Alex Sloane Researching a company is one of the first steps to creating a tailored job application, but it can be difficult to know where to start. If you rush into research without a plan it can make it more stressful and you may end up looking something like this: It is especially difficult when you have a strict deadline. Even if applications are due tomorrow, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have time to research (and let’s be...

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Work Overseas: It’s ‘one of the most rewarding things you can do’
Apr21

Work Overseas: It’s ‘one of the most rewarding things you can do’

By Vikki Banks Why you should consider gaining work experience overseas Let me start off by asking you a question: how many of you tick the box for ‘Sydney CBD” as the preferred location when you are searching for a position on jobsites or LinkedIn? For those of you that are brave, you might even opt to include the eastern suburbs and the inner west, maybe even ‘all Sydney?’ Then let me ask you another question: what do you do if you...

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