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  • Your guide to Social Media as a Job Seeker

    • 7 Jan 2022
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Have you thought about using social media platforms to aid your job search? If yes, there are some things you should consider before doing so. This guide will talk you through the pros and cons of using social media.

  • How to make a successful career change

    • 29 Dec 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    For anything to be successful, you need to know why you are doing it and what you want your end goal to be. People seek change for a number of different reasons, so find the one that will motivate you.

  • Benefits of a Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship

    • 22 Dec 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Do you feel like college and university courses are constantly pushed upon you as the only choice? It might be a good and popular choice, but it’s not one that is suited to everyone. Could an apprenticeship be the right path for you? Keep reading to find out more.

  • The Ultimate Guide to your CV

    • 6 Dec 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    When you find yourself staring at a blank screen or an old CV, it can be hard to know where to start. We’re here to help and this guide will keep you calm and collected whilst re-working your CV for your next role or new career.

  • Why should I carry on my job search in December?

    • 1 Dec 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Why do we stop job hunting in December? The holiday period can be just as good a time as any to look for a new job and here are just a few of the reasons why.

  • This one skill can get you miles ahead at work

    • 22 Nov 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    There are always new things to learn and new skills to perfect as you make your way through your career. Learning new skills and obtaining healthy work habits is what’s going to get you that future promotion. So, what can you do to get ahead?

  • How to tailor your CV to each job application

    • 17 Nov 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Job applications are often the first introduction an employer gets to you. Whether it’s a job application or a CV, you should consider personalising them for each job you apply for. But where do you start?

  • How to Write an Appropriate Resignation Letter

    • 8 Nov 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Are you thinking about leaving your current role and finding one better suited to you? For whatever reason you are restarting your job search, you’ll need a resignation letter.

  • Your Guide to Using a Recruitment Agency

    • 3 Nov 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    This guide tells you pretty much everything you may need to know about working with a recruitment agency from how to start using one to landing your first interview through them. You may want to keep this one on-hand.

  • October Career Advice Round-Up

    • 29 Oct 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    This month we have written five different articles for you to enjoy, from a guide to using job sites to dealing with imposter syndrome. Keep reading for a full October round-up!

  • How to deal with Imposter Syndrome

    • 20 Oct 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Have you ever thought that you might simply not be good enough to either have your current job or be offered a new role? I have. Imposter Syndrome can affect anyone, keep reading to find out how to deal with it.

  • Your guide to Job Seeking Websites

    • 6 Oct 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Job seeking sites can feel intimidating at first. That’s why we have created this guide for you, including all kinds of tips and ideas on how to use job seeking sites correctly and to ensure you are making the most of everything they have to offer!

  • September Career Advice Round Up

    • 30 Sep 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    This month we have written seven different articles for you to enjoy, from your virtual job seeking guide, to life at Equinix. There's something for everyone this month, so keep reading for a full September round-up!

  • How to be a Great Leader as an Introvert

    • 27 Sep 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    If you’re an introvert, the thought of leading others can be really daunting to begin with. But if you decide to take your career in this direction, there is no reason introverts cannot succeed. Find out why!

  • Could You Improve your Time Management?

    • 17 Sep 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Time management is a skill that may or may not come naturally to you. The better you manage your time, the more control you have over your work and productivity. We can all spend a bit more time planning and thinking about the future, so why not start now?

  • The Importance of Networking and Why You Should Grow Your Contact List

    • 13 Sep 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Building a good network of supportive people isn’t only good for your career, but for your general wellbeing. Do you not dedicate time to growing your network? Keep reading to find out why you should start!

  • Your Guide to Virtual Job Seeking

    • 8 Sep 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Job seekers have had to adapt to a new normal of job searching and interviewing completely online or virtually. Some of these job seeking elements are here to stay. This guide will help you understand what you can be doing to make your virtual job search a success!

  • How to pass your probation period at work

    • 25 Aug 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Most jobs will come with a probation period when you begin your new role, giving you time to learn and figure out if it’s right for you. So, how can you pass your probation with no hassle? Keep reading to find out!

  • How to make your working day more enjoyable

    • 20 Aug 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    Work, although you may enjoy it, takes up a lot of our time. So, you should probably spend your time enjoying it, rather than dreading it! We have some tips and ideas you can use to make sure you are enjoying your work and feeling more fulfilled and happier at the end of your workday.

  • Requesting permanent flexible working

    • 11 Aug 2021
    • Charlotte Rogers

    A lot of things about our working lives have changed over the last year or so, some for the better and some things we cannot wait to return to normality. If you want to keep your flexible working arrangements the same, now might be the time to talk to your employer. Keep reading for some advice on how to do so.