5 common questions for going global

In my role as an international careers professional, I’ve been on a fascinating journey (so to speak) to explore the different benefits, opportunities and often challenges facing students and graduates looking for a global experience. When we talk about enriching the student experience, it’s widely accepted that going abroad – whether through study or work…

Inequality, diversity and why mentoring matters

Race inequality hit the headlines this week as alarming figures show the number of ethnic minority youngsters who have been out of work for more than a year has risen to almost 50%. Inevitably, we see the usual political debate over who has made the most progress on equality of opportunity. But nevertheless, it is…

4 lessons from world’s most unique CVs

If there’s one thing any CV must do, it’s to capture the attention of the recruiter. And that’s what a group of creative individuals sought to do as they produced some highly unusual CVs. From milk cartons, chocolate bars to interactive games, they certainly took the phrase ‘thinking outside the box’ to another level. But…