Networking is one of the most underrated skills when it comes to hunting for finance jobs. As a fresh graduate, what can you do to make sure you’re being social enough?
Résumés for a graduate scheme with an investment bank usually fall into three types: straight-and-narrow, everyman, and wild card. Want to know where your résumé fits and how to improve it?
Finding graduate engineering jobs and industrial placements can be quite the journey. Here’s some basic advice to help you with your application.
Doing your postgraduate studies can open up plenty of new opportunities, but what are some of the things that you must consider before making your decision?
Big job opportunities for engineering graduates aren’t just limited to big engineering companies! Why not check out smaller engineering employers as well?
Thinking of becoming a civil engineer? Here are three things that you need to think through first!
Engineering employers in Singapore want good graduates, but how do you choose between them? Take some time to think about the industry you want to work in, the career you want to have, and the life you want to lead.
Having an engineering degree doesn’t tie you down to the engineering field forever. Here are some alternatives!
Engineering recruiters in Singapore are always on the lookout for talent to boost the nation’s innovative economy.
Loyalty, diplomacy, and gravitas... You’ll need to show more than boring old “teamwork” and “communication” skills if you want to nab a graduate scheme in investment banking and management.
Whether you’re curious about how much you can expect to earn, or what the lifestyle is like, you can find answers to your key questions about investment banking right here.
Bulls, hedging, stagflation... did you just wander into a farmers’ convention? Here are some key banking and investment terms deciphered so you can sound informed at graduate job interviews.
Matching accountancy specialisations to your personality will help you find your niche!
From the size and working culture of the organisation to the kinds of study packages on offer, consider these criteria to determine which graduate job in accountancy is the best fit for you.
Here's a breakdown of the pros and cons of pursuing an accountancy postgraduate programme to help you decide if it's worth the investment.
If you think you’re fluent in the “language of businesses”, a.k.a. accounting, and are looking for a graduate job in the industry, here are some tips to get you started.
Employers won't expect you to sound like an industry veteran in job interviews, but it will help if you know some accounting and financial management buzzwords.