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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 […]

Where could your degree take you?

Whether you are coming to the end of your three years of study or are still at high school or college and only just choosing which university to go to, you want to have an idea of where your degree could take you. It’s possible that you are considering embarking on a degree because the […]

A brighter future – how you can help change things…

Contrary to what most of the media would have us believe, it’s not all gloom and doom out there. It’s very easy to moan and whinge and complain and rant , but it doesn’t really change anything does it? It doesn’t get you anywhere. So, in a bid to create a bit more positivity, we […]

How to Become a Civil Engineer

How to Become a Civil Engineer ‘Civil engineer’ is a term which encompasses many activities across a wide range of work environments. On the most basic level a civil engineer is a professional who is involved in the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment…but as always, it’s much more complicated […]

TheEmployable Graduate Survey 2011

At TheEmployable we are passionate in believing that improvements can be made within the Employment sector, be they governmental changes or social and mindset changes by the employable community itself. Our community is composed of  graduates,  the recently redundant and the disillusioned workers who all share one of the same aims – they want a […]

5 Ways to fill a Gap Year

If you’ve been thinking of taking a Gap Year before you embark on the next stage of your career journey, it’s pretty much a given that you should plan how you spend it well in advance. Virtually all employers these days will expect that time out to have been time well spent. In an employer’s […]

Which Kind of Law is For Me?

Which Kind of Law is For Me? A Law Student’s Guide  If you are currently pursuing your LL.M. in tax with a focus in tax law or have already graduated from one of the other LL.M. programs offered today, then you may be feeling ready to put your newfound and hard won knowledge to good […]

How to become a Financial Advisor

It’s one of those jobs that we hear mentioned all the time but maybe don’t fully understand what it is or what one actually does. In a nutshell, a financial advisor helps their clients choose financial products and services such as investments, mortgages, pensions and insurance. It is a pretty broad term and financial advisers […]

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 […]

The Not-Quite-Working Girl – Seven months and counting…

Jenna is our newest Guest Writer, and will be writing a series of diary themed posts from the perspective of a recent Graduate facing the challenges and potential opportunities of the current job market. We look forward to reading Jenna’s posts and I hope you do too…. The Not-Quite-Working Girl – Seven months and counting… […]

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