Student jobs: teaching among the greats

The festive season and beginning of the new year can be an expensive time, with lots of celebrating, buying gifts and going out. Who doesn’t want to start the new year with a more practical approach to their finances? Now is the perfect time to think about finding a new job and earning some money. Having a job can also give you a chance to make new friends and contacts, try something different, and get some all-important work experience. Here are some of the more attractive options available to students, including opportunities to teach where some of the greatest teachers…

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Why teaching abroad after graduation is the best decision

While exams are still in session and with more lectures on the agenda to be dazzled by, you might find it difficult to think about anything beyond that final year in college. However, there’s one pressing matter so many college students want to tackle, even in the middle of exam frenzy, and that’s taking a profitable, rewarding career path upon getting that degree and throwing the cap in the air. One particular answer has become wildly popular among students from all industries, and that’s moving abroad to teach, and the most common choice for native speakers is English. If you’re…

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Student work opportunity – CEO for a Day

So it’s official. More young people are now going to university in the UK than ever before, according to new figures from the Higher Education Statistics Authority. There are obviously several positives to this; however it also means that competition for good employment opportunities is becoming more intense. Additionally, the world of work is changing at such a rapid pace that even those of us already in it frequently struggle to imagine how roles, companies and industries might change in five, let alone ten, years’ time. Digital disruption is impacting every industry and corner of the workplace, often with unforeseen…

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How to write a personal statement for your uni application

Applying for university can be stressful. One of the most important aspects is your personal statement – it’s what universities use to see who you are. It’s a place for you to show why you want to study a course, which skills you have that make you suitable for the course and university, and any relevant experience you have. Dos & don’ts Do use the Action, Benefit & Course (ABC) method as it helps you say what you’ve done, your relevant skills and how it relates to your chosen course Do keep it succinct – you have a maximum of…

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Seven ways to get a job in PR, even with no experience

As originally discussed on the Prohibition PR website, setting that first foot onto the career ladder can be quite daunting in this era of extreme job competition. University students often come to realise that the world of PR is quite different to how they understood it whilst learning in lecture halls. Just a fresher, recently graduated or with no experience of anything at all – these three things can seem to limit your opportunity to bag yourself a job in the PR industry. But worry not, there is always something that can be done, after all, nobody is born with experience…

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