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Whether you're looking for your first job, or looking to move on job hunting can seem time-consuming and difficult. Whether you are looking for work in the UK or abroad, here are some resources to help you
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CHARITY JOBS UK. Fancy a career in the third sector? CharityJob is the UK's busiest site for charity, fundraising, NGO and not for profit jobs. http://www.charityjob.co.uk/

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Graduate job seekers: tips you might not have thought about before

There's no shortage of advice out there for graduate job seekers, but here Katie Binsted shares some ideas that you might not have considered

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Is Temping the right way to progress your career? http://www.graduateguide.co.uk/advice/article/is_temping_the_right_way_to_progress_your_career

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Power of the Follow-Up Note - Telegraph Jobs Careers Advice

The power of the post-interview follow-up note https://jobs.telegraph.co.uk/article/the-power-of-the-follow-up-note/

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Why young graduates should join start-up businesses, writes Duncan Cheatle

Might a career with a start-up be a fast-track to career success? http://www.independent.co.uk/student/career-planning/duncan-cheatle-why-young-enterprising-university-and-college-graduates-should-join-start-up-10443014.html

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This is how you SHOULD deal with job search rejection http://www.graduateguide.co.uk/survival/article/this_is_how_you_should_deal_with_job_search_rejection1

Online career tips: How to get the job you want

How do you go about making sure that your online professional profile is helping rather than hindering your career?

Home and away: a guide to moving to Australia for work

Australia is by far the most popular expat destination but navigating visas and finding work can be tricky – here are some top tips for getting your dream job abroad

What to do if things aren’t going to plan - In today’s tough job market, many graduates may find themselves waiting several months before they manage to secure a decent job. With an average of around 50 applications for every position, many applicants will inevitably face rejection at some point in their career-hunt http://www.graduateguide.co.uk/advice/article/what_to_do_if_things_arent_going_to_plan

Apply for your dream job, even if you don't match the criteria

When you’re starting out, job hunting can be intimidating – but it’s worth applying even if you don’t tick every box