The clocks spring ahead, the days are longer and (a little) warmer, the nature is waking up from its long winter’s slumber – and the job market is coming alive; make sure you don’t miss out on some great opportunities this Spring, these are detailed below.
If you’re not sure what you want to do, Spring is a good time to practice a little daydreaming – occupational daydreaming:
Morgan, J.I., & Skovholt, T.M. (1977). Using inner experience. Fantasy and daydreams in career counseling. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 5, 391-397
Do your daydreams contain thoughts, images, or feelings about work? Morgan and Skoholt (and subsequent work) indicates that daydreams are an important part of planning and managing our careers. Make a record of how work and career appear in your daydreams – can you tease out any clues or patterns? Alternatively, try and visualise in as much detail as possible your ideal day at work: What are you doing? What’s the environment like? The people you work with? Where are you living?
What not to miss:
Manchester Graduate Talent
MGT helps source paid graduate-level jobs exclusively for University of Manchester students graduating in 2017. We work with a range of organisations based in Greater Manchester, from start-ups to multi-national firms, plus recruiters within the University. MGT vacancies cover a variety of sectors and a wide range of roles. They include both fixed-term contracts and permanent positions.
The Grad Fair 2017
Thursday 4 May 2017 10:30am – 4:00pm
The Armitage Centre, Fallowfield, Manchester
Coming soon to Manchester – The Grad Fair is one of the UK’s largest graduate recruitment fairs. On the day, you will be able to meet with over 140 exhibitors offering thousands of graduate opportunities including:
• Grad schemes
• Local and national vacancies with immediate start dates
• Internships and summer positions
• Work, teach and study abroad programmes
• Postgrad and further study courses
No matter what you study, if you’re graduating this summer The Grad Fair will have something for you.
It’s not too late for a PhD.