Should I work in recruitment after graduating?

Graduating was a complete mix of emotions. My first thought was ‘yes, finally’, but then it dawned on me… it was time to enter the adult world! It was actually a really confusing time, I found it really hard to work out what I wanted to do, as most young people do. I graduated with

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How to Attract Talent in Oxford’s Competitive Employment Market

As a recruiter, networker, and business owner, I am consistently working with other businesses, large or small, who all seem to share the same difficulties when recruiting talented employees. Although the severity of these difficulties depends on the location, seniority, and sector of the vacancy, the challenge itself always seems to remain. ‘The Digital Age’

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How to use Performing Arts to get a job

Whether you played ‘Shepherd number 3’ in the Primary School Christmas Nativity when you were six years old, or have dabbled in multiple acting agencies and performances, participating in performing arts, whether the role was big or small, can play a vital part in the world of careers and, indeed, in our day-to-day lives. Understanding

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How I built my CV outside of my 9-5 and how you can to!

As a young person myself (well youngish!), I found it tough to separate myself from my peers at the start of my career, as most young people do. Even most ‘entry-level’ jobs will request some form of experience, which seems ironic, how exactly do you get that experience? Throughout school, Rugby was my passion and

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How all small businesses can offer graduate schemes that are often better than the big boys!

As a recruiter and avid Oxfordshire business supporter, I often find that many Oxfordshire-based businesses, especially the smaller ones, find it challenging to attract fresh, intelligent and hungry talent into their businesses. With our wealth of world-class students, surely this shouldn’t be the case? Based on my research last summer, I found that Oxfordshire offers

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