Blog for Graduates

  • Essential Tips for New Graduates Entering the Workforce
    Graduating from college or university is a thrilling achievement, signaling the end of an academic journey and the start of a professional one. This 16 step essential tips for new graduates guide aims to help you successfully transition into work and secure a permanent job after a graduate programme. These recommendations will illuminate your path and help you be seen as a valued employee....
  • Own Your Internship Opportunity: Unleash Bold Career Growth
    An internship opportunity can kick-start your career, whether paid or unpaid, short or long-term, the benefits are numerous. They are designed to benefit both graduates and employers mutually. As a graduate, you'll dive into on-the-job training and immerse yourself in a real work environment. It's a practical way to get real-life work experience beyond your academic training. The benefit...
  • Gain Valuable Skills: Freelancing For Graduates
    Fresh out of university and facing a competitive job market? Don't despair! Freelancing for graduates can be a fantastic way to gain valuable experience, develop essential skills, and make your CV stand out from the crowd. This article talks about how freelancing, or independent contracting, as we refer to it at RecruitAGraduate, could be a strategic advantage for recent graduates.  ...
  • How to Write a Cover Letter Recruiters Can't Ignore
    Writing a catchy cover letter is really important, especially when applying for a new job or even your first job! Your CV showcases your skills and experience, but a cover letter is your chance to truly shine and convince a recruiter or employer that you're the perfect fit. At RecruitAGraduate we are here to help you succeed and set you on the...
  • 10 Tips For Neurodiverse Job Seekers
    Neurodiversity is an umbrella term that refers to a collection of genetic conditions affecting how someone thinks, learns, socialises, focuses or pays attention, experiences the world, and processes information. Neurodiverse job seekers have unique skill sets that employers are looking for. These unique skills include creativity, enthusiasm...