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5 Festive Tips for a Successful Christmas Job Search

Finding and applying for Christmas jobs By Craig from Jobulo Seasonal work can be a perfect option for those that want a flexible short term job that can boost their bank balance in time for the New Year. Across the Christmas and New Year Party season there are a lot...
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5 Top Tips for First Time Job Hunters

Advice to help you find your first real job By Olivia Webster from Studentjob UK About to become a member of the working world? Not sure where to begin? Well do not worry, to all you students out there who are job hunting for the first time, StudentJob UK is here to...
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Three Ways Volunteering Can Boost Your Career Prospects

Volunteering and its Surprising Benefits By Leanne Styles from Jobulo Volunteering in your spare time can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. But that’s not the only way it can benefit you; by offering just a few hours of you time every week to your chosen organisation, you can learn...
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Top 5 Job Application Tips for Students

Useful job hunting tips for students By Olivia Webster from Studentjob UK When you’re applying for a student job in London do you find yourself asking the following questions: Where do I start? What type of things should I include in my application? Have I done it correctly? Well you can stop...
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7 tips to get you that internship or job in London

Your dream role is one read away Guest post by 10 Minutes With Struggling on how to find that dream internship or job? There are a variety of simple and effective ways you can start doing things differently today to find the right opportunity. Landing an internship or a job...
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What are Employers Looking For in a Job Interview

Improve your job interview performance to land that job! By Craig from Jobulo When going into job interviews, it can be hard to judge what an employer is looking for. You can end up having your head filled with conflicting ideas of what to say or how to be, and this...
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5 Job Hunting Tips for Recent Graduates

‘To the Class of 2015…’ By Olivia from StudentJob.co.uk Graduation is fast approaching, meaning it is time to start thinking about brushing the dust off your CV and getting yourself recognised in the big world of work! This may feel like a daunting challenge. Don’t panic, keep calm, we are here...
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How to Write a CV If You Don’t Have Much Work Experience

Tips on completing the Work Experience section By Craig from Jobulo So, you’re writing a new CV and you’re fretting over the Work Experience section as you’ve not had a lot of previous jobs. Well don’t fret. It’s actually not that uncommon and if you’re suited to the job role for...
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5 Tips on Maximising the Achievements Section of Your CV

How to write Achievements in your CV By Craig from Jobulo Many people don’t even include a section on their CV for ‘Achievements’. These people are missing a trick as it’s a great opportunity to show off a little, and prove to an employer that you can succeed, even if it...
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