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How to Handle Panel Interviews

Interviews can be pretty daunting experiences at the best of times but if you’re faced with a group of interviewers, it can be even more so. Of course it needn’t be that way. Like all interviews, if you prepare as much as you can, a panel interview can be pretty easy to handle too. Here […]

Key Insights on How to Increase your Hiring Potential

To be hired in a competitive market, it’s not enough to have experience or education on your side. You have to compete with other people who have the same or more relevant backgrounds. You’ll have to compete for the hiring manager’s attention. Most of all, you’ll have to compete against your nerves and uncertainty throughout […]

Common Issues in Business and how to Handle Them

Establishing a company is a great achievement for many entrepreneurs but maintaining it and keeping the business running profitably is an even greater challenge. Here are the five most important challenges for small businesses. Insufficient Capital Insufficient capital is the biggest obstacle for startups and other small businesses. Entrepreneurs often start with too little capital, […]

5 Financial Habits That Will Make You Smarter with Money

We would all like to be smarter with money because money affects almost everything we do and is an important part of our lives. Thankfully, you don’t have to be a financial expert in order to manage your money effectively. Employ the following habits, and you’ll be well on your way to spending, saving and […]

How to become a plumber

There are few jobs which are as familiar to us as that of a plumber. Chances are that most of us will come into contact with a plumber at least once (and probably much more) over the course of our lifetimes. Surprisingly the role of ‘plumber’ is one of the oldest professions still widely practiced, […]

So You Think You Know Law? Tips for Students Starting out

According to Dean Paul Schiff Berman of the George Washington University Law School in the United States, he says that law jobs ‘exist where students don’t look’. Though this statement applies to graduates in the US, the same statement could also serve students within the UK. Though you can often find legal advice for employees […]

Tools

The Right Tools Will Make Your Career

In all career paths, there are certain tools you will need to be the best at your job. We tend to think of those tools as things like a college education or communication skills. However, there are physical tools that you need to have on hand. The accountant needs the calculator and the teacher needs […]

Job Search tips for the festive season

The festive season is upon us once more and we are making a special appeal to job seekers and those hoping to make a career change in the New Year. With all the festivities taking place throughout the Christmas and New Year period, it’s rather easy (and indeed tempting) to ‘take your eye off the […]

TheEmployable Gradpreneur ‘Lessons learned’ in 2011 – The ‘Learning Entrepreneur’ guide….

Entrepreneurs…..seem very much like a friendly bunch of characters. So far we have been knocked back by how helpful our fellow Entrepreneurs, from starting-up Graduates, through to seasoned Pro’s, all are. In the spirit of cross Entrepreneurial friendship, Raspinder Singh from Gradpreneur.net asked us to take part in a joint post, highlighting our top tips […]

Giving a Good Interview

By now you’ve mastered the art of the cover letter and your resume is perfect. You’ve been called in for interview after interview but something isn’t working because you haven’t even managed to get a second interview let alone a job offer. The first couple of times it happened you figured it was them. Now, […]

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