Grad Week: Most graduates have viable opportunities to secure jobs in Ireland
Deciding what type of company you would like to work for will probably be the first big decision you make after college
A selection of organisations recruiting graduates explain what they are looking for in their hires
We speak to three experts for their views on what graduates and employers want from one another, and what each should be looking out for
Grad Week: What do employers expect from candidates as they try to sell themselves in the interview
Grad Week: Should you consider an internship considering the jobs economy is doing well?
More than 100 graduate employers expected at 2019 gradireland careers fair
Finishing college can be overwhelming so what apps can make your life easier?
Grad Week: Do employers value work experience more than a postgraduate qualification?
What you need to bear in mind to make sure you end up in the best possible working environment
Women in the workforce: It is often left up to individuals to challenge company culture themselves
Despite the positive economic environment, a practical approach to determining what next steps to take is recommended
One of the key advantages for companies is attracting and retaining talent
With more formal education than any previous generation, today’s graduates are tech savvy and ambitious
Key skills include teamwork, problem-solving and adaptability
Today’s graduates want more from work than just the pay cheque
Students are well-positioned as the growing economy increases employment demand for graduates
From science to construction, skills shortages continue to be a challenge for employers across industry
How graduates can make sure they are skilled-up and job-ready
Employees are looking to companies for provision of workplace wellness initiatives
Tips for graduates looking to make structured start to their careers
What is likely to pay off the most – investing in furthering your education or starting your career instead?
Graduates are well-positioned for jobs in policy, research, business and administration in the public and private sectors
Internships can be an effective way to gain work experience and increase your employability – but is there a downside?
Jobseekers can take steps to maximise their chances of getting hired
How employers use interviews to gain an understanding of what makes people tick
As soon as you walk into the building, you are on interview
My Career Path: Niamh Friel, The Chartered Governance Institute and senior associate at KPMG
Rachael O’Connor, Aldi Graduate Programme
My Career Path: Caoimhe Cleere took part in a PwC placement for nine months while she was still in college.
My Career Path: Kate Forde, trading manager, formerly of Musgrave Graduate Programme
My Career Path: Mary Caffrey, Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment
My Career Path: Georgina Hughes, People Advisory Service, EY
My Career Path: Reamonn Mac Reamoinn was a Fulbright Irish Awardee to Johns Hopkins University where he completed a Masters in Civil Engineering.
My Career Path: Lee Jordan, Graduate Management Trainee Sales at Lidl
My Career Path: Bianca Terrell, Central Bank of Ireland Graduate Programme
My Career Path: Leanne Fielding works in the Company Secretarial Department, William Fry Solicitors
Students who differed vastly over the last 5½ years are suddenly now equal
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