As I mentioned in my budgeting blog, one of the best ways to increase your income whilst at university is to get a part-time job.
So, I think this is it, guys! A final blog from me, after what has been a very pleasant two years writing for the University.
So much is said about how to succeed in Interviews, and in reality, it’s not quite as fine-a-science as people make out, I believe.
Hopefully now, following on from the theme of my last blog, you are all well holidayed, rested, partied, and ready to get moving again!
Throughout University, it goes without saying that you will be VERY busy.
Despite the jokes most people of a slightly older generation make about living the ‘easy life’ as a student, realistically, it is a really busy time for students.
At the end of my second year at university I realised that if I wanted to have any chance of securing a job when I finished, I would need to work on my CV and get some relevant work experience.
So you’ve graduated and now you want to start your career. We all know how that works – you start off on a high, saying you’re going to dust off your CV, update your cover letter, apply for all the jobs.
Some of you may have already secured a job after university…or just for the summer, but if you are one of those who find themselves with no job prospects, it can be daunting and scary.