Getting a job

No idea what you want to do when you graduate? We’ve got a five-step plan to figuring out your ideal career. Read on to find out more.

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Writing a career plan is a way to convert your hopes and dreams into practical, actionable tasks that will make them a reality.

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You’ve been groomed for the workforce from the time you were little. But why do we work? Why don’t we all just live in a commune and sleep in late?

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Showing concrete examples of entrepreneurial ability is more important today than ever, even if you don't want to be an entrepreneur!

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Sometimes life just gets in the way of all your best plans. It happens to the best of us. So, when things don’t go the way you planned, what do you do?

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Do you want to do something different with your career? A postgraduate degree can be the perfect catalyst for a career change.

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Postgraduate physics gives you the tools to understand the building blocks of our universe. In this article, we’ll show you some cool ways to apply that knowledge to a career.

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Learning how to convey essential health information to the public can lead to some great opportunities. This could be the career for you.

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Master of teaching jobs - teacher teaching young children inside classroom

The market for education jobs can be tight. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered with these methods for getting a foot in the door.

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Master of Environment - Happy female student on campus

The enormous scope of opportunities unlocked by this degree make career decisions hard. Fortunately, we’re here to lay out some of the most desirable choices and who they’re best suited to.

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CS Graduate Jobs - Two professionals looking at computer screens

Computer science graduates are among the most employable in the country, but it can still be tricky knowing what employers are after.

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High-level study in a foreign country can be nerve-wracking, but there are several things you can do to make friends, build a network and enrich your experience.

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