If you plan your time wisely over the next few weeks, you’ll still be able to fit giving your future a little consideration around your remaining lectures, deadlines and exams.
I graduated last summer and by planning out my weeks during my final year and timetabling in when I would tackle essays or revise for exams, I managed to squeeze an hour or two of job hunting into each week. This meant that I’d already been offered a full-time graduate job before I attended my graduation ceremony in July.
What could you do before summer comes?
If you want to explore your options a bit more – Read about different job sectors on our website to see what sort of work might interest you. No idea at all what you want to do? Use our tips to help yourself get started.
If you’re already applying for jobs/internships or have interviews coming up – Brush up your CV, get tips on applying and find advice on how to prepare for interviews with our resources. (Read about my very recent interview experiences here!)
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