There are a number of opportunities that the King’s Careers Team are researching for our students in order to make sure that they do not lose out on work opportunities, even during these challenging times. … More Work experience on your mind? Part-time work update during Covid-19
Keats is the central hub for our e-learning content and digital career teaching & information resources. Read on to find out everything that our Keats pages can offer you, wherever you are on your career journey!… More An introduction to Keats & 5 career resources to check out today!
Now that Winter is nearly over (ok, it’s still cold – but we’re getting there!), we’re starting to think about our summer plans and, with three months off from uni, there is plenty of time to squeeze in work experience amongst the holidays! What is meaningful work experience? Although “internships” is a bit… More Meaningful work experience – get ready for Summer
There are so many examples of CVs and cover letters online, and so many “dos” and “don’ts” in the job application process. Everyone has a different style or a new comment to make, and it’s hard to know if you’re heading in the right direction. In this article, our Application Adviser Humarrah Sheikh discusses when… More When is your CV good enough?
…I’m just beginning, the pen’s in my hand Ending unplanned Staring at the blank page before you… This is not just an iconic Natasha Bedingfield song, it’s a familiar torment for CV-writers – which, unfortunately, will be all of us at some point. Even if you’re not currently in the Action stage of your career… More Top 5 CV tips for beginners
Following on from the industry insight from Travelfusion, part two of our Working in Tech blog draws on advice from our knowledgeable team of Careers Consultants to help you put your dreams into action and break into the tech industry. So what is the tech industry? The tech industry covers a huge range of work… More Working in Tech Part Two: Technical CVs
Now in turn for some insiders tips and wisdom, here are some of the things we wish we knew when we first started our journey in King’s: From Alex & Lucia – King’s students & part-time careers staff. Alex: The first few months of settling into university can be daunting, especially when you are in a… More Advice for my young self
Today’s blog post is written by Tracy Bussoli, one of our fabulous freelancers! Continue reading to find out more about the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruitment process… The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruitment process is growing year on year. A 2018 LinkedIn report (registration required) showed that 76… More The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment practice
We’ve covered a lot about how to build your CV, but what if you’re planning on applying to jobs overseas in the United States? If you’ve ever applied for internships, particularly in the USA, you may have noticed that employers often ask for a resume instead of a CV. Having moved to the UK for… More CV vs. Resume – what’s the difference?
We know that when students and graduates are looking for support from King’s Careers & Employability, they often think that their only option is to book a one-to-one appointment with a Careers Consultant or Application Adviser. Although there is no denying that these can be valuable, there are a range of options to help you… More What is Future Advantage?