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#TheEmployable Artist in Residence #Artist No 3. Hannah Catmur

We gratefully introduce our 3rd Artist in Residence, Designer, Hannah Catmur, who profiles her work below and also gives us a rundown on her inspirations, achievements & plans for the future.  Tell us a bit about your design / art background so far… I have always had a strong interest in the visual communication field. I studied […]

Jobseeking Tips for New Graduates

It’s that time of year again – exam time. And if you’re about to do your finals and graduation is beckoning it can be a pretty scary time too. The thought of leaving the comfort zone that was your college or university can be a daunting one. With the media still filled with doom and […]

What To Consider Before You Post An Advert For A New Position

The business landscape may have been incredibly chaotic over the past twelve months, but some things never change, and at some point, you are always going to have to deal with the challenge of bringing on a new member of staff to join your team. For bigger companies, this is not something that should cause […]

Graduate Jobs – TheEmployable lowdown

Graduate Jobs – TheEmployable lowdown  For the last year we have posted copious amounts of articles that are either helpful to Graduates, specifically written for Graduates looking for Graduates jobs, or just those wanted to consider their post Graduation career opportunities. Yes, the jobs market is still really tough and graduate jobs, or any job for […]

Four Tips For Finding An Internship As A Student

Four Tips For Finding An Internship As A Student With a saturated jobs market and sky high numbers of new graduates, it can be tough for students to find a way into the industry of their choice. For an increasing number of students, an internship has become a sensible and productive option. Here, we take […]

How an Executive MBA can advance your career…

  We all know that today’s employment market is a tough one and is not yet showing any immediate signs of getting any easier. Staying ahead of the competition in such a challenging market is not just an advantageous thing to do, but is an essential thing to do. Even those of us who are […]

Graduate CVs, How to avoid being overqualified

I suppose its quite a nice problem to have ‘being overqualified’. Upon graduating mid the worst economic recession in decades, I had only one thing on my mind, one statement that burned in my brain and refused to quieten down until its demands be met “Get a Job, You must get a job”. It really […]

When to Go Back for a Degree, and When Not To

When to Go Back for a Degree, and When Not To One of the most common questions among those who are new to the workforce is whether or not they should consider going back to school. Attending grad school can certainly be a great way to take your career to the next level, but to […]

Guest Blog by Adzuna “Getting a 1st or a 2:1 worth over 300k over working life”

Degree results matter: Getting a First or 2:1 worth £300,000 over working life!! After Adzuna.co.uk, a comprehensive search engine for job ads, based in London, contacted The Employable, and asked if we could detail their graduate research findings on http://theemployable.com we were delighted to help. According to analysis conducted by job search engine Adzuna.co.uk, graduates with a 2:2 or […]

Talented designer or artist ? This competition is for you…

Do you have the potential to be one of the best talents in the digital art world and want to be “discovered”? Well… this exciting new competition should interest you… Discovering the best of the best creative talents, was the key focus when Designboom and INFINITI recently launched their international design competition, with various themes, and […]

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