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How Undergraduates Can Improve their Job Prospects

Korina Karampela talks to Gary Argent – the Director of Careers at City University London – about how students can enhance their employment prospects upon graduation. At a time when graduate unemployment rate is at record high levels, many employers … Continue reading

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When Everyone Has the Same Qualifications

In the labor market, the simple dynamics of supply and demand apply. When everyone has the same qualifications, then having them is not much of an advantage. Think how you can differentiate yourself. You may become an expert in a … Continue reading

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Are You the ‘Corporate Type’?

Meet James – the not so ‘corporate type’. He studied computer engineering and joined a big corporation immediately after graduation. He later did an MBA at a top business school in order to move to managerial positions and further advance his … Continue reading

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What Makes an Interim Manager Successful

Korina Karampela talks to the resourcing manager of PiR Resourcing Emma Dorman about what makes an interim manager successful. More people are choosing interim positions lately. Is it a sign of economic recession or a lifestyle choice? It is most likely … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Get the Best Out of College

Another college year has started. You are excited about the opportunities college can offer you both academically and socially. At the same time, you are thinking about your increasing student debt and whether you will be able to find a … Continue reading

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