All Careers Advice

  • International Women in Engineering Day takes place on the 23rd of June and is a day to celebrate the achievements of female engineers! Keep reading to find out how you can get involved!
  • Elbit Systems UK is an ambitious diverse defence business with technology and innovation at its core. Their Director of Programmes and Engineering, Adam Griffiths, took the time to tell us more about his role and the current opportunities available with Elbit Systems UK.
  • Losing your job is never easy and most of the time, not a very positive experience at all. People lose their jobs for a variety of reasons but whether it’s because your contract is ending, you’ve been made redundant or you’ve just moved on, we have some tips for you to start your next role feelin...
  • ESTJ’s are hardworking individuals, they are often eager to take charge and tend to be very orderly people. So, what does this personality type stand for and what can you do to prepare better for an interview?
  • Solely funded by their partnered sponsors, with a clear goal to educate and innovate; nucleargraduates is a graduate scheme like no other.
  • Things may have been stressful for you over the last year or so, but that shouldn’t mean you put your health on the backburner. We have some tips to make sure that you are taking care of yourself and trying to maintain a positive mindset at work and in your personal time.
  • Welcome to this week’s personality article, where we share information about a specific personality type and link it to how you could improve on your interview skills and technique. During this instalment, we are focusing on the ENFP personality type, so click to keep reading!
  • Job interviews are typically seen as opportunities for job seekers to impress the employer. However, the employers have to try to impress you as well. Any red flags you see during an interview are valid and we have some potential reasons that are worth leaving an interview for.
  • In this week’s instalment of the personality series, we are discussing the INFJ personality type. Keep reading to find out more about this type and how you can develop a better understanding of yourself!
  • The reason many of us don’t feel particularly comfortable with or get nervous for upcoming interviews, is often because we are afraid of the unexpected. Keep reading to find out more about answering career goal interview questions.
  • There’s a good reason this personality type is called The Teacher, they focus on their values and let that guide them through their lives and their work. Keep reading to find out more about the ENFJ and how this can help you when it comes to interviews and the job seeking process.
  • When leaving a job, you want to be able to make the most of your time left and ensure that you aren’t cutting ties for future opportunities. You never know, you could find yourself looking back into this company in a few years’ time, don’t ruin it for yourself.
  • Traditional interviews may not challenge an INTP. However, there are many advantages and disadvantages that this personality type may have in an interview situation, and we’re here to discuss and learn about them.
  • You feel like you had a great interview, you were well prepared, your answers were on point, but they haven’t called you back since? It may feel difficult, but we have some potential reasons why the employer hasn’t called you back yet.
  • Interviews can go either way for an INTJ type. You have some amazing strengths that you should be using to smash the interview process. Keep reading to find out more!
  • Is having a job that pays really well but offers not much else really the key to long term overall happiness?
  • ENTP types or otherwise known as ‘The Visionary’ are usually pretty good in interviews. However, like most people, there are things that we can learn to help us improve ourselves and our interview technique. As an ENTP you’re always ready to think outside the box, and here is the perfect place to...
  • Your CV often is the first thing that employers are going to see about you, and they are going to use it to judge whether you will be invited to an interview or not. Are you using the correct language?
  • Interviews can be difficult situations to be in no matter what your personality type means. However, being able to understand yourself just that little bit better can help you prepare in different ways and help you realise what you can be doing to help improve yourself and your interview technique.
  • Your CV is used by employers to get to know you, and a good way of doing that is including information about what you enjoy doing in your spare time. These activities can say a lot about a person, but are they still important to include on your CV now?