Using good, concise English is the key to getting your message across quickly to recruiters.
It might be a good idea to learn to write those sweet somethings to delight 'em recruiters...
If you write a speculative application that starts with "Dear Sir/Madam" then you might as well start it with the words "Put me through the shredder!"
When it comes to planning your career, there are few people better-placed to dish out help than the experts you’ll find at your careers service.
Emailing recruiters should never be a casual affair. Discover the key errors that you should keep an eye out for.
Something gone horribly wrong on that all-important day? Here’s some advice on letting employers know why you may not have performed to your best ability.
If you are an international student, you may be able to stay and work in Singapore after you graduate!
The secret to a positive job search experience is... to not spend all your time searching for jobs! Here are some suggestions to help you refuel and recharge as you trundle towards your dream job!
Whether you want to take a break, go traveling, pursue further studies, or start a business, you have options aside from just jumping into your first job.
Can you really get parents involved in your search for your first job without letting them dictate your career choices? Here are some ideas you can try.