Career planning advice
All careers are built up in steps and this part of targetjobs.co.uk covers the first stages in choosing a graduate career and seeking out your first job after graduation. It’s all about getting ideas about jobs by knowing your career options, exploring your skills and understanding your motivation, and then, of course, knowing where to look for graduate opportunities. Dip in, whatever stage you’re at. Even if you feel you’re up against a wall having left graduate job hunting and career plans a little late, covering the basics is the best way to boost your confidence and get back on track.
If you've been putting off your graduate job hunt because you don't know where to begin, here's how to get started.
What motivates you? Here are some ideas for careers that might satisfy your aspirations, whether you want to help people, travel, earn a big salary right from the start or create a lasting legacy.
Have you got the key skills graduate employers look for? You'll need to give examples of these essential competencies in your job applications and interviews to impress recruiters and get hired.
Graduate employers use a range of methods to recruit graduates. Our overview gives quick tips for each type of assessment.
Find out about the employers who are open to applications from graduates with 2.2 degrees.
Whether you’re trying to turn your internship into a graduate job offer or climb the career ladder in a permanent job, know how to increase your chances of success.
Need some ideas for what to do after university? Don't miss our at-a-glance guide to the famous graduates who studied your degree subject.
Do you want a job that will help save the planet? Find out about the range of green careers available and how employers are becoming more environmentally friendly.
Brexit, virtual reality, tricky interview questions and finally, a salary – but how much? We look into the TARGETjobs crystal ball to predict what could be in store for your graduate job hunt over the next twelve months.
Whether you are chasing a similar career to your parents or breaking with tradition, your upbringing may influence your choice of job more than you realise.
How to stay motivated, organise your time and maintain a healthy balance in your life while applying for jobs after university.
Find out about where you are most likely to be offered a graduate job in the UK and beyond.
We’ve collected job hunting tips from executives and recent graduates working for some of the UK’s most popular employers so you can learn from their success.
It's easy to get disheartened if you're struggling to find work after finishing at university. Read on for tips on how to structure your graduate job hunt.