Graduate Job Podcast

Episode 53 of the Graduate Job Podcast is part 2 of a 2 part retrospective where I include some of my favourite short clips from my previous 50 episodes. Every episode is of course brilliant and chock-a-block full of great insights to help you get your dream graduate job, but in these 2 specials I wanted to pick out some short clips which I enjoy that you might not have come across before. We explore how fear could be holding you back from getting your dream job, we cover superb advice on how to make sure you stand out in a job application, and top tips for acing a graduate job interview. We also delve into why getting a job is like dating, and share some secrets behind impressing at a graduate assessment centre. No matter where you are in your jobsearch, this is an episode which you are not going to want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/greatesthits2. Right, let get straight to the good stuff, and part 2 of my greatest hits.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • The secrets behind impressing at a graduate assessment centre
  • Top tips for acing a graduate job interview
  • The key mistake not to make when using the STAR methodology from competency answers
  • Why getting a job is like dating
  • Why targeting smaller companies could be the key to getting a graduate job
  • The fears that could be holding you back in your job search
  • How to negotiate your salary to earn you thousands extra
Direct download: Greatest_Hits_2.mp3
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Episode 52 of the Graduate Job Podcast, is part of 1 of a 2 part retrospective where I include some of my favourite short clips from my previous 50 episodes. Every episode is of course a winner and packed full of great insights to help you get your dream job, but in these 2 specials, I wanted to pick out some short clips which I enjoy that you might not have come across before. We explore the importance of values with Jane Sunley and David Shindler, the criticality of having a ‘Why’ with motivational speaker Brad Burton, while Jennifer Holloway touches upon why it is crucial to be true to yourself in your job search. Career coaches John Lees and Richard Maun meanwhile share brilliant insights into how to network and have great conversations, which are going to turbo charge your job hunt. Karen Kelsky shares her thoughts on why getting a job can be like dating, before Simon Reichwald explores how you can differentiate yourself to ensure that you stand out in your job applications. No matter where you are in your jobsearch, this is an episode which you are not going to want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/greatesthits1.   Right, lets get straight to the good stuff, and part 1 of my greatest hits.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • Why you need think to think about the importance of your values BEFORE you start applying for work
  • The ONE question to ask which is guaranteed to help you on your jobsearch
  • Why getting a job is like dating
  • How thinking about your personal brand can set you apart from all other candidates
  • Why a 2:1 wont set you apart, and why differentiating yourself is so important to finding a graduate job
  • The importance of having a ‘why’ that keeps you going as you look for work
  • Why being yourself is crucial to finding a job which will make you happy in the long run
Direct download: GJP_-_52.mp3
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In episode 51 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Amba Brown, author of the excellent ‘Finding Your Path, A Guide to Life and Happiness After School’.  In this interview we explore her book and the different pathways you can explore after university. We touch upon exploring the world, starting your career, continuing your career to finding your own way. We delve into why you should set your goals once you finish university, the importance of setting off to travel, and why you should always be working on your own personal project. If you’re feeling stuck at a career crossroads and not sure which way to go, or have recently graduated and feeling lost, then this is an episode you won’t want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/findingyourpath.   Right, let’s not mess about, and jump straight to my chat Amba Brown.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • The different options and pathways to explore after finishing your degree
  • Why thinking about smiling could be crucial to your career path post university
  • The importance of momentum once you have graduated
  • Why a personal project could set you up for career success
  • Inspirational ideas to get you thinking if you are stuck at a crossroads after university
  • Why you should maybe think about grabbing a rucksack and setting off to see the world
Direct download: GJP_-_51.mp3
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In episode 50 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Hannah Salton, Graduate Recruitment Manager at international law firm Allen and Overy. In this half hour we explore the different options available to graduates at Allen & Overy, from their sought after training contracts, to their vacation schemes and open days. We delve into the application process for the training contracts, the different methods of entry, what they look for from candidates and how to ensure you stand out throughout the application process. We also explore the vacation schemes in detail and look at whether this is really the easy way in for a career in law. You might be surprised at some of the answers.  If you’ve ever thought about a legal career, then this is definitely the episode for you. Even if working for a law firm has never crossed your mind, keep listening to understand why over half of the graduates that Allen and Overy take on didn’t study law at university. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/allenandovery.   Right, let’s not mess about, and jump straight to my chat Hannah from A&O.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • What A&O are really looking for from their applicants
  • The secrets to impressing through the online application
  • Whether a vacation placement with A&O is a shortcut to landing a training contract
  • What to expect from the application process at Allen and Overy
  • Whether Allen & Overy prefer candidates through a Legal Practice Course (LPC), or Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)
  • Why the odds of getting a training contract with Allen and Overy might be better than you think
Direct download: GJP_-_50.mp3
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In episode 49 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Dave Spencer, C.E.O. and co-founder of Police Now, the innovative new graduate scheme aimed at attracting top graduate talent into the police force. In this half hour we explore their new graduate leadership development programme discussing what exactly the scheme entails, its intensive training, and what you will be doing over your initial 2 years. We delve into the application process in detail, from the initial online application through to Skype interview, role plays and assessment centre, looking at how you apply, and more importantly how to make sure that your application stands head and shoulders above everybody else. If you’ve ever thought about a career in the police, then this is the episode for you, and even if joining the police has never crossed your mind, you need to keep listening to understand why over the half the people who joined them last year originally said that they wouldn’t have thought about joining the police but for Police Now. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/policenow .  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • Police Now and their graduate leadership development programme
  • How you will be changing lives in challenged areas of the UK
  • What to expect from their intensive training programme
  • The secrets to impressing throughout the application process
  • What to expect from the role plays at the assessment centre
  • The importance of being yourself and not trying to ‘fake it till you make it’
  • Why Police Now could be the perfect place to start your career
Direct download: 49-GJP.mp3
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In episode 48 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Ashley Hever, Director of Talent Acquisition at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, as we discuss their award winning graduate scheme. In this half hour we explore their graduate management trainee scheme, examining what exactly it is, how you apply, and how you can stand out from the crowd when you apply. We discuss the application process in detail, their brilliant internship schemes and also cover why Enterprise Rent-A-Car could be the ideal place to start your career. No matter what graduate scheme you are applying to, Ashley’s insight and advice means that this is an episode that you won’t want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/enterprise.  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • The graduate schemes on offer at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • Top tips for your online application
  • How to impress at the assessment centre
  • How an internship at Enterprise could land you a graduate job
  • Why you need to pop into an Enterprise branch to say hello
  • The secrets to impressing in the role play exercise
Direct download: 48_-_GJP.mp3
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In episode 47 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by salary negotiation coach and bestselling author of the excellent Fearless Salary Negotiation, Josh Doody, as we discuss how to successfully negotiate your salary. In this half hour Josh shares some brilliant insights into how to increase your pay, whether you’re going for your first graduate job, or simply looking for a raise at your existing work place. We delve into why people can be scared to try to negotiate their salary, and why you need to understand your current market rate of pay before you do so. We examine how to answer the dreaded salary questions of ‘how much do you currently earn?’, and ‘how much are you looking for?’, and also explore why should always make a counteroffer to every salary that is proposed. No matter where you are on your job search, this is an episode which will put money in your pocket. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/salary.  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • How to get over your fear of negotiating your salary
  • Why you should always negotiate your salary?
  • The importance of understanding your current market rate of pay
  • Why you should always make a counteroffer to every salary you are offered
  • How to avoid the dreaded salary question of ‘how much do you currently earn?’
  • Why you should be thinking about the minimum salary that you would accept
  • Brilliant answers to the question about your desired rate of pay
Direct download: 47_-_GJP.mp3
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In episode 46 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by award winning fashion blogger and social media manager Tamara McCleary, who shares her inspirational story of how she landed her dream job with the help of her fashion blog. In this half hour Tamara details the background to her fashion blog Bonafide Supernova, how it has grown, top tips for starting your own blog, and how it led to her current job as a social media manager. It’s an inspiring story, and no matter where you are on your job search, this is an episode you will not want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/supernova.  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you just a minute, so if the podcast is helping you, please show your appreciation and check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • Top tips to starting your own blog
  • The importance of choosing a blog topic you are passionate about
  • Why experience trumps everything when it comes to your jobsearch
  • How to create content so that recruiters come to you
  • Why you should think about partnering with someone to kickstart your blog
  • The importance of networking and promoting your blog
  • Why it’s not a question of quitting, but about stepping up your game
Direct download: 46_-_GJP.mp3
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In episode 45 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by innovative blogger Raghav Haran, as we discuss how to land any job you want, even if you’re not qualified. In this half hour Raghav shatters some of the conventional myths about what you need to do to get a job as we explore what companies really want from their candidates, the more effective option for getting than a job than sending hundreds of speculative CVs, and how creating a pre-interview project can be the secret to getting you your dream job.  No matter where you are on your job search, this is an episode you will not want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/landanyjob.  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • How to get any job, even if you’re not qualified
  • What companies REALLY want from their candidates
  • Why sending speculative CVs is a waste of time
  • The importance of speaking to people doing the job you want to do
  • Why you need to do a pre-interview project to stand out
  • The dangers of putting a particular job on a pedestal
  • Why you shouldn’t be scared of closing down your job options
Direct download: 45_-_LAJYW.mp3
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In episode 44 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined again by one of my most popular guests, career coach and best-selling author John Lees, as we delve into his new book, The Success Code. John shares his expert advice on the tips, tricks and strategies you need to employ to ensure that your job search is a success. We explore why you need to think about self-projection and not self-promotion as you look for a job, why you definitely shouldn’t be trying to sell yourself, and the power of asking questions. No matter where you are on your job search, this is an episode you will not want to miss. As always, all links we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/success.  Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • How to talk about yourself in an authentic way
  • Why you need self-projection and not self-promotion when it comes to your job search
  • The power of utilising your alumni network to find a job
  • Why you should ask yourself, what does this person need to commit to the next step?
  • What you can learn from a stand-up comedian to improve your job search
  • Why you shouldn’t be trying to sell yourself
  • The power of asking questions
Direct download: 44_-_GJP.mp3
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In episode 43 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Rob Blythe founder of graduate recruitment agency Instant Impact, as we explore how to successfully use a graduate recruitment agency. We delve into why you should think about using a graduate recruitment agency, what they look for in their candidates, and how they can fast track you through to the later stages of the recruitment process. Rob takes us through what you need to do to stand out as a candidate, the importance of spending the time to really think about your career,  to why an SME or start up company could be the ideal place for you to start working. No matter where you are on your job search this is an episode you won’t want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/instantimpact.  Before we start many thanks to those of you who have completed the survey over at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear I look forward to hearing your thoughts.  Right, let’s get on to the good stuff.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • How a graduate recruitment agency can accelerate your job search
  • What graduate recruitment agencies look for in candidates
  • Why a SME or start up could be the ideal place to start your graduate career
  • Why you should be thinking about an internship
  • Common mistakes candidates make
  • How to ensure your application stands out from the crowd
  • Why you should think about your career IQ
Direct download: 43_-_Instant_Impact.mp3
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In episode 42 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Andras Baneth, a former EU official, founder of EUTraining.eu, and the author of The Ultimate EU Test Book, as we explore how to pass the EPSO test, and work for the institutions and agencies of the European Union. We delve into the intricacies of the EPSO or European Personnel Selection Office test to give it its full title. This testing process stands between you and a job in the institutions of the EU, such as The European Parliament, The European Council, The European Commission to name but a few. We explore all aspects of the EPSO test, from how to apply, to how to ensure that you are fully prepared for the rigorous application process. We take you through the psychometric testing, the EPSO assessment centre, what you can expect in the case study, through to the new intermediate test phase. No matter where you live in the world, this episode is for you, as we explore the EUs internship scheme which is open to applicants from around the world.  As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/EPSO. Before we start many thanks to those of you who have completed the survey over at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear. I’ve times it and it takes less than 90 seconds to do, so please do get on over to www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey and help me out. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.  

As you’ll hear in the show, passing the ESPO tests requires a lot of practice and hard work, so I’m pleased to say Andras has offered you my amazing listeners a very special 15% discount on his excellent website at www.eutraining.eu, where you can practice super realistic EPSO style tests, track your progress and make sure you’re ready for the real exams. Simply enter the code EUJOB2016 on the checkout page, that’s EUJOB2016, to get 15% off. See the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/epso for more information. Right, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • All aspects of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) test
  • How to successfully pass the pre-selection EPSO tests
  • Why you need to be at the top of your game when it comes to psychometric testing
  • The secrets of the EPSO assessment centre
  • What you can expect from the ESPO case study
  • How to pass the EPSO intermediate test
  • How you can apply for an internship with the EU, no matter where you live
Direct download: 42_-_EPSO.mp3
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In episode 41 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by Annabel Smoker, author of the excellent new book, ‘Launching Your Career in Nursing and Midwifery’. As lecturer in nursing and faculty lead for employability at the University of Southampton, Annabel is ideally placed to share exactly what you need to do to get your first job as a graduate nurse. We explore the current job market for graduate nurses, how you can explore your career options, how to create a brilliant application which will you get you results, through to the impressing at the interview stage. If you’re studying nursing, or thinking of it as a career, this is an episode for you. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/nursing. Before we start many thanks to those of you who have completed the survey over at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear. I’ve times it and it takes less than 90 seconds to do, so please do get on over to www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey and help me out. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • The current job market for graduate nurses
  • How to explore your career options
  • How to be proactive and make connections with employers
  • The importance of a great job application
  • How to write a nursing personal statement that will get you the job
  • What the graduate nursing selection process involves
  • Top tips to ensure you get your first choice job
Direct download: 41_-_Nursing.mp3
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In episode 40 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by content marketing guru Chris Marr, as we explore all aspects of getting a job in content marketing. As the founder of the Content Marketing Academy and Host of the Content Marketing Academy podcast, Chris is ideally placed to share exactly what you need to do to get started in this booming field. We explore the basics, from what exactly content marketing is, how and why you need to start building your brand online, to the key hints, tips and skills that will get you ahead as you start your career. It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie to content marketing, or already have your own online platform, there is something in this episode to inspire you. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/content. Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • What exactly content marketing is
  • Why now is the perfect time to get started in content marketing
  • How you can get involved at university and begin to build your brand online
  • Why you need to start a blog to get ahead in content marketing
  • The key skills that will set you apart when you apply for content marketing jobs
  • How you can move from being a consumer on content, to a curator, then creator of content
  • Why the number one thing you need to do is to START!
Direct download: 40_-_Content_Marketing.mp3
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In episode 39 of the Graduate Job Podcast, I am joined by author and Career Coach Matt Hearnden, as we discuss his latest book ‘18 ignored and unusual ways to get a graduate job’. As a former graduate recruiter Matt has a wealth of insight into how you can get a graduate job, whether with one of the big graduate schemes or a small start-up. We delve into some of the 18 unusual tips from his book which range from ideas to help you think about what you really want to do, and what’s important to you in a job, to tactical tips which will ensure that you stand head and shoulders above all of the other applicants. It doesn’t matter where you are on your job search, or the type of company you are applying to, there is something in this episode that will help you bag that job. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/Matt. As an added incentive to head over there, you can download a free copy of the book itself. Yes that’s free, so don’t say I never give you anything. So that’s www.graduatejobpodcast.com/Matt. Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • Why you need to be doing something everyday as you look for a job
  • The value of asking what is important to you
  • How starting a blog can set you apart from all the other job applicants
  • The importance of being specific, and why it can make the difference to your job search
  • Why you need to be using the website Quora
  • How doing one more thing can change your life
  • Why you should really think about giving up….yes giving up!
Direct download: 39_-_18_Unusual_Tips.mp3
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In episode 38 of the Graduate Job Podcast, we cover how to effectively use social media in your graduate job search, as I speak with careers advisor, author and social media expert Marielle Kelly. We examine everything you need to know to utilise social media tools to help you get a graduate job, covering Twitter, LinkedIn, blogging, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and everything in-between. From how to create the profiles, through to using them to research companies, reach out to people, and to make a mark online. It doesn’t matter if you’re a social media demon, or complete newbie, we have something in this episode to blow your socks off. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/marielle. Before we start a quick request from me, your feedback helps me to create the episodes you want to hear, so I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts. But in the meantime, let’s crack on with the show.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • The social media tools that you should be using in your graduate job search
  • How to create an amazing LinkedIn profile as a graduate job seeker
  • How to connect to employers using LinkedIn
  • Why you need to be on Twitter
  • Top tips for using Twitter to boost your jobsearch
  • How to build connections in any industry using social media
  • Why you should definitely think about starting a blog
Direct download: 38_-_Social_Media.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:59pm EDT

For episode 37 of the Graduate Job Podcast, by popular request we cover assessments centres, as I speak with career coach and assessment centre expert Kath Houston. We delve into what assessment centres are, what companies are looking for from them, through to how you can stand out in the group exercises, presentations, and job interviews. If you’ve applied or are thinking of applying for a graduate job then this is going to be an episode you will not want to miss. As always, all links to everything we discuss and a full transcript are available in the show notes at www.graduatejobpodcast.com/ac. Before we start a quick request from me, I’ve set up a super simple and very quick survey, as I want the show to best serve your needs. It’s got 5 questions and will take you a minute, so please check it out at http://www.graduatejobpodcast.com/survey/ . I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

MORE SPECIFICALLY IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:

  • What exactly an assessment is, and what you will be doing
  • What companies are looking for throughout the day and how you will be assessed
  • How to stand out during the group exercise
  • How to impress during the presentation stage
  • Top tips for acing the job interview
  • The importance of having the correct mindset walking into the assessment centre
  • Why you should be confident that you will get the job!
Direct download: 37_-_Assessment_Centres.mp3
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