The Future Test: Are You Ready?

Look, not all of us have the luxury of a time-travelling Delorean, or indeed Christopher Lloyd’s hairdo. The future therefore remains uncharted territory. But as a wise man once said, “confidence is preparation, everything else is beyond your control” – so take a peek at the questions below to see whether you’re good and ready, and if you aren’t, what to do about it.

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Rajeeb Dey: Preparing Students For The World Of Work (VIDEO)

What if Rocky Balboa had spent all his time training for the ‘wrong’ fight? At the WPP Stream conference a couple of months ago, Enternships CEO Rajeeb Dey talked about the challenges faced by students and employers today – and how young people can be better prepared for the world of work. (NB: boxing gloves optional).

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Knowledge Is Power: 4 Steps To Staying Afloat In A Sea Of Online Content

The connected world is awash with a rising tide of information, opinions, and contradictions. If you’re sinking rather than swimming, peep our 4 steps on how to navigate the stormy seas of online content.

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Christmas Work For Students: A Quick-Smart Guide

We’re not blinkered; as much as we love a good internship, we know that sometimes it might not be the right option when you feel the need to scratch an employability itch. Here’s our guide to CV-bolstering Christmas work, with something to suit everyone (no excuses).

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Killer Interview Questions To Ask Employers

Interviews are for answering questions, not asking them, right? Wrong. We’ve cobbled together a list of killer interview questions to ask employers that will have them begging you not to leave the building – and some to avoid at all costs.

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Coding: Why The 2014 Curriculum Is A Good Thing

Here it is again, the ol’ c-word. Coding. You’re probably sick to the back teeth of us continually harping on about how an ability to code is awesome/important/lucrative. But it IS awesome/important/lucrative, darn it.

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Interview Tips: Don’ts, Dos, And Some Surprising Good News

A pretty strong consensus exists among employers on what’s hot to trot during an interview – and what’s definitely not. We did the round-up, and here’s what they have to say on the matter. Continue reading Interview Tips: Don’ts, Dos, And Some Surprising Good News

How To Apply For Jobs Via Recruitment Agencies Without Losing Your Marbles

Recruitment agencies, the epitome of the middle-man, are a common interface between employer and talent pool. They serve a purpose which can be useful to both employer and candidate… though it might not always feel that way. Continue reading How To Apply For Jobs Via Recruitment Agencies Without Losing Your Marbles