Graduate Job Search
We are experiencing a substantial rise in the graduate population just at a time when the suply of suitable jobs is stagnant. There is competition for jobs providing relevent proffessional experience, and graduates are having to be willing to move jobs to capitalise on their experience. This is a detailed and comprehensive book which helps graduates to plan a job search campaign from the preparing for the 'milk round' of prospective employers, to choosing the job which is right for you, composing an effective CV, doing some research about the companies which interest you and honing your interveiw skills.
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