RecruitAGraduate Blog

  • What careers of the future to look out for
    Choosing what to study, or the direction of your career takes a little thought and a whole lot of resourcefulness. We are on the cusp of an exciting couple of decades and there are some interesting careers of the future to choose from.  With so many possibilities it’s firstly important to narrow down the type of career that would suit you best. You could look at your personality...
  • A guide to a fair intern or graduate salary
    Hiring graduate and intern skills can be a great benefit to a company, while also positively influencing the next generation of leaders and skilled workers. Knowing how to work out a fair intern or graduate salary is key to this process and will assist as you attract top talent.  How to use graduate employees and interns to the benefit of your company Hiring young talent can be...
  • Avoid these 8 common interview mistakes
    Getting ready to enter the world of work requires some effort but it’s well worth it when you land the perfect job. You need a high quality CV, a strong motivational letter and some good references behind your name. Thereafter, you get to contact recruiters, sift through job posts, and ace the interview before eventually meeting with your potential employer. Avoid these 8 common interview...
  • Making a great first impression at job interviews is the best way to land your CV on the top 5 list. Employers will always remember the candidates that stood out the most in an interview.  Believe it or not, there are ways you can make sure the impression you leave is a good one. At RecruitAGraduate, we are passionate about helping our grads be the very best they can be so that they can...
  • How to navigate covid vaccinations in the workplace
    The COVID-19 season has hit the world from almost every angle. What has been even more disconcerting is the amount of controversy around the topic of covid vaccinations in the workplace. No matter which side of the fence you sit, nobody enjoys a divided house, we are inherently designed to enjoy and work together in unity.   We have seen people protesting and demanding ...