For many jobs, there are a lot of different applicants, especially if the job is well advertised. If you get through to the interview stage then that’s an amazing achievement, but the hard work doesn’t stop there. You need to make sure that you stand out from the rest of the candidates so they choose you and not them to work in their company. So how can you go about this?
Managing money whilst you’re at uni can be a difficult one. You are only given a set amount in maintenance loan, which may need to cover accommodation, bills, food and other essentials. Many students have not managed to save up much money as they have gone straight from school to uni. Here are some tips to help manage what you have.
Procrastination is something we all do isn’t it. We’ll put off doing something important, like a university assignment or writing that blog post and then most of the time end up filling the time with something so pointless that we instantly regret it later. Sometimes procrastination time can accidentally last for hours, especially if you choose to watch a series on Netflix that instantly plays the next episode and you don’t stop it. So here are a list of things you can do that will take your mind off what you are supposed to be doing, but you will still be being productive with your time. I mean, everyone needs a break at some point!
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- I’d have a cake as well because I just can’t resit…
A cover letter is another important document when applying for a job. It allows you to target the company and the job specifically and let the employer know exactly why they should hire you. It lets you tell them why you want the job and why you are right for it. Here are some tips for writing a great cover letter.
Organisation is the key to efficiency. If everything seems to be a mess you don’t feel like getting anything done, you can’t find what you need and it all builds up. Here are a few tips to being a little bit more organised.