When it came to making my decision, I reminded myself that this is not going to be the role I will hold for the next 40 years, so it is okay to choose a job that is right for you at this moment in time.
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The worst that can happen is them saying no - but they will remember your initiative and they will appreciate your enthusiasm.
Internships are the perfect opportunity for you to gain valuable experience, explore different career paths and gain confidence through meeting new people.
While it may seem difficult and unattainable, I’m here to tell you not to give up! Today, I’m giving you some tips to help you get ahead with your application in your job search.
Online courses are a great opportunity to upskill and show an employer your ability to work on your initiative. Additionally, it demonstrates your drive and organisational capabilities which will help to refresh your CV.
Ever wondered where to find graduate and entry-level roles in Ireland? Then check out these 10 sites to help you land your first job post-college.
Below are some tips and tricks that I have picked up along the way, and that I will be using again esepcailly as the job market becomes more competitive due to COVID-19...