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So I decided to enter The Lecture Room into the UK Blog Awards! Goes without saying, I WANT TO WIN. But that’s not my only motivation.
The “theme” for the 2015 awards is ‘Be Bold’ (#BeBold). A theme that is more than suited to what we’re about. Study, work or play, if you want to stand out and do your best you have to be bold.
So I’m leading by example; win or lose this blog is now on a platform for even more people to see – and hopefully grow to love
We’ve been entered in two categories:
Thanks in advance for your votes! And good luck to my fellow bloggers entering this year!
When it comes to looking for a job, there are certain things you wouldn’t bother doing because it doesn’t matter to you. However, to others, such things play a crucial role in determining who you are. For instance, do you know that cleaning up your Facebook profile increases your chances of getting hired? Well, it does, but unfortunately not many people take this into consideration.
You never know who is searching your information online. It could be your next employer! So, be proactive about what they will find on your profile. So why will potential employers want to look for your information on Facebook even though you have already provided them with all the documents that identify you? Well, they want to figure out or rather prove if the information you presented is correct. And because of the increased popularity of search engines, they will find your information on the internet easily.
With that said, how can you achieve this? You need to add a presentable cover photo, hide or delete information that you don’t want to be seen, and highlight some of your best posts. Don’t take chances ensure that the information on Facebook shows who you are.
The Science of Successful Job Hunting is a complete guide for navigating today’s jobs market
Looking for a job is tough! Graduate jobs, student jobs, already in the market – you’re going to have to fight for what you want. And I think I’ve found something to give you a bit of an advantage.
You’ve got 6 seconds to impress an employer with your CV
The internet has made people less patient (FACT). Which sucks if you’re applying for a job 200 others have also applied for.
You’ve only got 6 seconds to impress once your CV lands on a recruiter’s desk. Here’s how you do it:
More sleep the key to success
You read right. So back to bed after you’ve watched this
Find out what type of procrastinator you are and how to stop it!
Don’t be fooled into thinking it’s OK to waste away certain days of the week – Wednesdays and Fridays are the usual victims.
EVERY day of the week is an opportunity do to something worthwhile. Follow these steps from lifehack.org to avoid the slippery slope of procrastination.
Posted on: lifehack.org
We LOVE Inspiring Interns for creating this handy guide to internships in London. The nation’s capital can be a scary place sometimes – especially when looking for a job, so thank you Inspiring Interns.
The guide offers up a list of resources available to help you with your search. Some are free, some you have to pay for. Inspiring Interns have covered off the most popular job sectors, including Marketing, Digital and Fashion. There’s even a section on the advantages of learning a second language – sure the team at thirdyearabroad.com will be happy about that
View the guide here: Guide to internships in London
Happy internship hunting!