Graduate Employment

333 tips for finding your first job as a graduate
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87 pages
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There are at least two reasons to download this book of tips. One is to find practical and encouraging advice on how to find graduate employment.
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There are at least two reasons to download this book of tips. One is to find practical and encouraging advice on how to find graduate employment. The second reason is that the authors are giving all proceeds from the download of the book to charity.

In 2009, there were 2.5 million children under age 15 living with HIV. By downloading this book, you will support UNICEF’s Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS campaign raising money and awareness about HIV and AIDS and helping millions of affected children and families.

The authors offer this book of tips to achieve two purposes. The first purpose is to support graduates who want some encouragement or practical advice on how to find employment. The second purpose grew from discussions with a small group of graduates of the University of Brighton, with whom the first draft was discussed, and with whom we agreed to give all proceeds, from downloading the book, to charity.

In 2009, there were 2.5 million children under age 15 living with HIV. By downloading this book, you will support UNICEF’s Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS campaign raising money and awareness about HIV and AIDS and helping millions of affected children and their families.

By 2015 it is possible that we could have an AIDS free generation. But UNICEF needs your help to get there. The rights of children are being denied because of HIV and AIDS. This is wrong. By downloading this book you will help UNICEF put it right.

  1. Introduction
  2. Applying for vacancies advertised in the press
  3. Avoiding the myths
  4. Choosing how to search for a job
  5. Completing an application form
  6. CV presentation
  7. CV content
  8. Documenting your work experience
  9. Dress for success at interviews
  10. First or last job
  11. Getting a higher qualification
  12. Getting active
  13. Getting out there
  14. Honing (up) your CV
  15. How to convince a prospective graduate employer that you are willing and able to learn
  16. How employers recruit
  17. Identifying your strengths
  18. Job ads
  19. Learning your way out of graduate unemployment
  20. Making an impression
  21. Making the most of your CV
  22. Making the most of your University Careers Service
  23. Miscellaneous tips
  24. Online skills
  25. Preparing for an interview
  26. Preparing your CV for online use
  27. Protecting your mobility potential
  28. Publications
  29. Reading job advertisements
  30. Recruitment agencies
  31. ways to discover your talents and strengths
  32. Staying positive
  33. Study the graduate labour market
  34. Tailoring your CV for a specific job
  35. Times to apply
  36. Try to see things from the perspective of the graduate employer
  37. Unsolicited applications, unadvertised jobs, speculative approaches
  38. Using the internet
  39. What kind of organisation should I work for?
  40. The criteria of a good CV
  41. What the job can offer me and what I want from the job
  42. Work experience: how some charitable organisations can help
  43. Work experience
  44. Your first days in a new job
  45. Six extra bonus tips: Reviewing Your Skills so far
  46. Final message
Amazing 333 tips! Just the best. Very comprehensible, applicable and relevant. Great job.
15. November 2013 um 15:02
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