Friday, March 28, 2014

TARGETjobs career advice weekly roundup

Hello and welcome to our weekly careers advice roundup.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out our website or social feeds, this is the place for you to find all the new advice we have written over the course of the week.

General news:

This week we have been focusing on How to get hired Livethe biggest career event of the year. 

Offering students the opportunity to network with industry professionals and get their name out there in graduate recruitment circles. The date of the event is 22 April 2014 and you still have the chance to attend – get your tickets here.

On to our latest career advice articles:

If property is your career of choice and you have an internship arranged, you may find this article ‘How to impress during your property internship’ helpful – read here to find out more. 

Are you interested in a career in commercial or residential property? Find out what Knight Franks really thinks about industry work experience and our top tips on improving your CV technique for internships and graduate jobs at Knight Frank. Read the article here.

Do you struggle when it comes to phone interviews? Read our article ‘Knight Frank's internships:telephone interview tips’ to gain a better understanding of what to expect and to build your confidence through practice.

Are you interested in PR but not sure it is the right career path for you? Have a look at our article‘Why a graduate job in public relations could start your PR-fect career’ to gain a more in-depth understanding of public relations and what is expected from you.

In marketing, a lot of attention is focused on attention-grabbing details, so developing your 'brand' could be the thing that clinches the job for you. Read our article on 'Branding yourself' to help gain the attention of marketing recruiters.

We conclude as always with the roundup of the graduate job deadlines closing soon: here

We wish you the best of luck with your applications!

Happy weekend,

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