Our infographic provides a run down of the ten most common interview questions for graduates, according to a survey conducted by the University of Kent. Along with these questions are some tips on how to best construct your answers, based on what the interviewer’s are trying to find out about you.
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They are most frustrated by a lack of communication and feedback, enduring long, drawn out selection processes, rude and condescending interviews and finding that the position that they’d applied for was actually quite different to the role that’s really on offer Continue reading
Vocational graduates enjoy a faster transition to work and are more likely to have a permanent first job finds research
Vocational graduates enjoy a faster transition to work, are more likely to have a permanent first job, and are less likely to find a first job with a qualification mismatch Continue reading
Most of today’s graduates have already changed careers at least once by the age of 24, new research has found. So if you’ve started your career and are already thinking about quitting, you’re in good company. This is also good news the Class of 2014, who may be worried about making a ‘mistake’ when choosing … Continue reading