Not to toot our own horn, or anything, but having been in this business a few years, we reckon we know quite a bit about how to get a marketing internship with no experience. Time and time again, companies reach out for the same sorts of skills and similar sorts of experience for fledgling markeeters. So it’s only fair that we share the facts with you.
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘climbing the career ladder’ – but have you ever stopped to think whether its actually relevant to you? Careers are no longer linear, dreams are no longer so simple – this is a talk anyone pondering their future should see.
The connected world is awash with a rising tide of information, opinions, and contradictions. If you’re sinking rather than swimming, peep our 4 steps on how to navigate the stormy seas of online content.
Love Christmas? Love entrepreneuring? Love adorable cats doing stupid things? Love getting on in the world? You’ve come to the right place, my friend. You’ve come to the right place.
With increasing choice in how and when to enter the world of work, more and more young people are finding they need to know how to write a CV at 16. Part-time work, apprenticeships, work experience – no matter what it is, we’re here to help.
Rejection is never fun. But surely, rejection from the happiest place on earth must be a little less harsh? Apparently not. Read this unbelievable rejection letter from 1938, that explains a young woman cannot apply to be a Disney artist, on the grounds that’s she’s… well… a she.
So, you recently graduated after studying in the ever-sunny United Kingdom on a Tier 4 student visa and would like to stay here. Well who can blame you, when the pies are this good? Good news! We can show you how to get a work visa in the UK.
We’re not blinkered; as much as we love a good internship, we know that sometimes it might not be the right option when you feel the need to scratch an employability itch. Here’s our guide to CV-bolstering Christmas work, with something to suit everyone (no excuses).