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The Graduate Career Guidebook
Advice for Students and Graduates on Careers Options, Jobs, Volunteering, Applications, Interviews and Self-employment. Macmillan Study Skills
Written by experienced careers advisor Steve Rook, this indispensable guide will help readers to develop the skills they need to land their dream job. It breaks the career planning process down into manageable steps, from researching roles and gaining work experience to crafting a first-rate CV and impressing at interview. It also includes practical guidance on networking, entrepreneurship and responding to job offers. Packed with reflective activities, top tips for successful applications and real life case studies, it contains everything students need to develop their skills, get their foot in the door and set themselves up for a fulfilling future.
This text will be core reading for students on a wide range of career-related and employability modules. It will also be an invaluable resource for students researching their career options independently.
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'For anyone who needs some inspiration, who is unsure what step to take or who just needs that critical friend to help them along the way, buy it and more importantly use it.' - Ann Berry, Associate Lecturer, Bradford University, UK 'I am yet to come across a graduate career guidebook as comprehensive and as relevant as this. It takes you through everything. From general career planning, to the more detailed aspects such psychometric tests, using the internet to your advantage, and negotiating job offers. All in all, this book is an ambitious graduate career guidebook that delivers.' - Michael Tefula, Graduate, University of Birmingham, UK 'This book is clear and engaging, with illustrative examples throughout, and case studies to bring the points made to life.' - Catherine Lamond, Senior Lecturer, University of Wolverhampton, UK