3 things to consider before buying your first car

Passing your driving test is one of the best feelings, especially when that means you can finally turn your attention to picking your first car. And, while you might have had your heart set on the latest model, it’s time to start thinking sensibly about the purchase. With plenty of things to consider, including setting your budget, getting expert help, and test driving your options, we know it can get complicated. So, we will be offering our top tips to help you buy the perfect first car. Set a realistic budget Before you commit to a sale, you need to…

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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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How to deal with 5 problems as a university student

As a high school senior, you couldn’t wait to move out of school and jump right into college but now when the day has come, you are faced with a plethora of emotions. Yes, making the transition to university is an exciting yet challenging phase. This new stage in life is all about coping with change and adapting to a completely new environment. While it may be difficult initially, by the end of your course, you are sure to leave as a more enriched and responsible person. Even though you can never be prepared enough for what university life throws…

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How to cope with ‘post-grad’ blues

For many, the ‘post-graduation blues’ are becoming all too frequent. However, it’s a rising issue that’s still not really spoken about. Why is that?  Well on the whole, it’s not guaranteed that the post-grad blues will effect everyone. Some people slip into another routine quick enough after graduation that they don’t realise the shift in life dynamics from being a student to being a worker. They have a whole new routine to anticipate, work around and fill their time with. But what happens if you find yourself moving back home, without work, and compromising your newfound independence?  Living with family…

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3 things you should be doing in your final year at uni

If you’re in your final year of university, first year probably feels like a faraway dream under the giant workload, dissertation drafts and of course not being able to go out every night. You have to start thinking about life after graduation, but still make the most of your time before you have to start adulting. Here are three things to help you out in your final year:    Know what you want With looming deadlines and a shed load of reading to do, thinking about a job post-graduation is not a priority for many students. It may feel overwhelming…

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