Planning Your Job Search

Just because there’s generally less fanfare over humanities (compared to other more “glamourous” disciplines such as STEM) doesn’t mean humanities graduates are unemployable.
If you're looking for a tech employer with a strong focus on diversity and inclusivity, Trina Yeung has some hints for you to look out for.
It’s never too early to bring preparations for your career, so consider using your summer break to get a headstart!
When it comes to your career, should you follow your heart, or just settle for any job? In these turbulent times, it can be a difficult decision to make.
You sent in your application and resume, and received an affirmative email of acknowledgement (or perhaps a call) from your recruiter. But then suddenly…radio silence. What now?
You might be able to ignore your matches on Tinder or Bumble without much repercussion. But when it comes to job-hunting, ghosting comes with its own set of serious consequences.
Aside from having some time off and making memories, travelling after graduation can prepare you with the necessary skills to excel in your first job.
It’s become a growing trend, especially now with the effects of the pandemic. How do employers see this, and how should you explain your job-hopping tendencies to them?
Here are some positive signs you can spot on the get-go to gauge that the company you’re applying for has a positive workplace culture.
Dealing with a seemingly endless job search can be draining in more ways than one. Here’s how to take care of yourself during this trying period.