Graduates are well-positioned for jobs in policy, research, business and administration in the public and private sectors
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
How can graduates make sure they’re appreciated and what do their bosses expect in return?
Personal ethics can be a guiding factor for graduates considering job offers
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
International companies raise employee expectations of what a modern office should look like
Anxiety, stress and depression are the second highest causes of work-related illness in Ireland
Team-working, creativity and problem-solving are in demand among hiring managers
What is likely to pay off the most – investing in furthering your education or starting your career instead?
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: Leanne Fielding works in the Company Secretarial Department, William Fry Solicitors
My career path: Jason Rochford works for Bank of Ireland’s trading group
My career path: Kyle Moore works with the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment
My career path: Stephen McGrath works for the property department at Lidl
My career path: Sybil Smyth is a trainee at Deloitte’s tax department
My career path: Mary Buggy is a graduate recruit at the Central Bank
My career path: Maude O’Sullivan is a graduate area manager with Aldi
My career path: Kevin O’Neill is Jameson brand ambassador for Indonesia
Parents face tough battles with boards of management over their children’s wellbeing
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