Top online resources for Arts, Languages and Cultures graduates
To give you a helping hand as you head out into the big bad world of job seeking I thought it would be useful to list our top 5 online resources for Arts, Languages and Cultures graduates. I hope you find them useful.
General sites for all
Prospects ‘options with your subject’ Includes a range of job profiles and information on typical employers, work experience and a breakdown of what graduates in this area have gone on to do in a range of subjects.
Starting Point Series A range of helpful job seeking resources including help on applications, interviews and specific help on careers in publishing, museums, journalism the music industry and information on careers using languages .
Sector Pages Really useful information and links to further resources and job sites. Get an insight into different sectors such as advertising &marketing, creative & cultural and translation & interpreting.
Creative Industry sites
Creative Skillset Provides information and advice on a range of careers in the creative industries including advertising, film, publishing, radio and TV.
Creative Choices Provides industry insights, case studies and a range advice and information to help you develop your career in the sector.
Specific Languages resources
Institute of Translation & Interpreting Useful information for those thinking of a career in this area including advice on how to advertise your skills.
Multilingual job vacancies Search for vacancies according to your language skills, preferred sector or location.
Remember although your studies are over your contact with the Careers Service doesn’t end now. As a graduate you’ll receive full services for the next 2 years. This will include information, advice and guidance as well as access to vacancies and events listed in Careerslink. Find out more about eligibility and services here.