All Careers Advice

  • The job offer might not be what you expected, and it might be that you need to move the goal posts slightly. Check out our top tips on how to do this:
  • We know that this is not one of the easiest aspects of the jobseeker journey, but to be honest, it’s probably one of the most important! We’ve come up with a few tips to help you get started and to hopefully give you the motivation you’re looking for:
  • If you prepare adequately there’s very little that can go hugely wrong come interview day. Of course, we can’t predict the kind of interviewer you’re going to get or the kind of mood they’ll be in that day, but we can help you prepare in the best way possible:
  • We’ve created this list to remind you that you ARE great and that all the feelings you’re feeling are completely NORMAL. So, how do you stay sane during the job search?
  • Starting a new job can be scary, especially if you’ve been settled in your most recent role for a long time. You’ve probably forgot what it feels like to be the new person; the emotions, the stresses, the small talk. It takes a long time to truly settle into a new role, and some people are simply...
  • The point where you’ve accepted a new role and need to perform the dreaded task of informing your current employer of your decision. It’s nerve-wracking and truthfully you never know how your boss is going to react! We’ve come up with our top tips to ensure you leave as graciously as possible:
  • Do you truly understand what it means to feel satisfied in your job? Perhaps you haven't recognised the tell-tale signs? Or maybe you don't know what components come together to create pure job satisfaction. Find out if you should be looking for a new marketing job:
  • You might be fully aware of the direction you wish to take. You might also feel unsure and in need of some advice, so we've created this 5-step checklist to help you structure your search in the early stages, and to make it a little more fun, we've added some cake. We like cake.
  • Are you thinking about a career move in 2018? Have a read of our Top 10 resolutions to help you make the first steps towards a new job!
  • Tis the season to be jolly... December is here! As we unwind for Christmas, the work load for many starts to die down. The office Christmas decks are up, the Christmas playlist is on repeat and the month is consumed with social events and parties. Most importantly companies come together to celeb...
  • You're probably surrounded by people you don't usually interact with and I'm sure there's someone in a position of authority whose sole purpose is to make sure you're actually working and not just watching YouTube videos of cats. So what can you do to combat the boredom in these final days of 2017? 
  • True characters and personalities come out in the weeks leading up to Christmas, and it’s your choice how you choose to navigate them. So who might you encounter during this period of festive cheer?
  • There are so many factors that can go for or against a candidate in an interview scenario, so we explore some of our top tips to help you make the most out of that time:
  • We caught up with Mandeep Kang, Digital Support and Business Analyst at British Heart Foundation, to find out what life is like as part of their Digital Team.
  • There is often the perception that the average marketing department has lots of felt tipped pens and Canva, and is awaiting requests for another PowerPoint deck and job advert image creating.
  • We explore the 12 signs of the zodiac, what makes them tick at work and what marketing job they would be best suited to!
  • What is it that truly motivates early employees about working for a start-up? We'd love to hear your opinion, especially if you're working for a start-up at the moment,
  • 37.8% of Gen Z have hopes of ‘inventing something that will change the world’. So what can you do as an organisation to attract the top talent Generation Z has to offer?
  • We take a look at some of the most awkward workplace scenarios and offer our best solutions in overcoming some of the office's most uncomfortable scenarios. If any of these relate to you, take it in:
  • 1.2 million UK employees have faced demotion, disciplinary or dismissal, after disclosing their mental health issues at work. Be part of the change to turn this around and see what you can do as an employer.