Your graduate job search – are you on it yet?

Your graduate job search – are you on it yet?

Approaching the end of your degree is an exciting time… well, that’s one word for it. What is exciting is landing your first graduate job after you finish, and that starts with narrowing down what you would like to apply for and getting on with your graduate job search.

If you haven’t yet started thinking about your future career or you’re not sure where to start, try Careers and Employability’s online toolkit to get you going. Here you will find all of the tools and guidance you need to get you shipshape and ready for your first graduate role. 

If you have a clearer idea of the industry or role you would like to work in, check out the latest graduate roles on mycareer, or register with the Employability Service’s free recruitment consultancy for help finding local jobs.

Wherever you are in your graduate job search journey, we are all here to support you.

Not yet in your final year?

So glad we caught you early. It is never too early to start exploring what career you might want to pursue and start getting paid or voluntary work to develop your knowledge, skills and competencies, gain experience, clarify your expectations and understanding of the world of work, and become more employable going forward. Careers and Employability can help with all stages of this, from finding suitable placements to polishing your LinkedIn profile, CV, and cover letter writing skills to interview practice and consultations with expert career development advisors. Check out the full range of support, advice, information, and tools on the Careers and Employability webpages.

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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