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Graduate Employment

Table of Contents
Introduction: contents list,, tips, Sue Greener, Tom Bourner
Applying for vacancies advertised in the press:job advertisements
Avoiding the myths: small educational elite, employment
Choosing how to search for a job: Dick Bolles, methods, active
Completing an application form: online form,, word processor
CV presentation: curriculum vitae, A4 paper, word process, photocopy
CV content: personal details, contact information, educational details
Documenting your work experience: written record, past jobs
Dress for success at interviews: important appearance, job, clothes
First or last job: first graduate job, work experience., graduate
Getting a higher qualification: masters degree, undergraduate degree,
Getting active: non-executive director, alumni organisation
Getting out there: looking for work, local library, university library
Honing (up) your CV: feedback, redundant information,
How to convince a prospective graduate employer that you are willing a
How employers recruit: organisations, employers, eight second CV
Identifying your strengths:achievements, opportunities, adjectives
Job ads:study job ads, gaps, breaks, key facts,
Learning your way out of graduate unemployment: volition to learn
Making an impression: digital profile, upload a photo
Making the most of your CV: different jobs, different CVs
Making the most of your University Careers Service: career guidance
Miscellaneous tips: never ignore basic skills, graduate job, new job
Online skills: computer readiness, internet, job searching, portals
Preparing for an interview: good knowledge, company website
Preparing your CV for online use: print version,, plain text version
Protecting your mobility potential: transferable skills, opportunities
Publications: source of information, alumni association, magzine
Reading job advertisements: job title, salary level, key requirements
Recruitment agencies: sign on, recruitment agency, particular sectors
7 ways to discover your talents and strengths: feedback, weakness,
Staying positive: job searching, aspirations, ideas, views
Study the graduate labour market: books, subject, read, key points
Tailoring your CV for a specific job: arrange items, special skills
Times to apply: recruitment, annual graduate recruitment
Try to see things from the perspective of the graduate employer: skill
Unsolicited applications, unadvertised jobs, speculative approaches:
Using the internet: synonyms, keywords, search, interview, websites
What kind of organisation should I work for?: university careers
The criteria of a good CV: missing sections, conveys information
What the job can offer me and what I want from the job:
Work experience: how some charitable organisations can help:
Work experience: work experience, voluntary service overseas
Your first days in a new job: solutions,problems, mistake, outcomes
Six extra bonus tips: Reviewing Your Skills so far: ask people, zone
Final message: collection of tips, job search, willingness to learn

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