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New graduates enter a job market in wild growth despite coronavirus

The number of full-time jobs, student jobs and internships far exceeds figures from previous years, according to Graduateland. “Students no longer call me telling me how awful everything is. Instead, they are calling for advice about job interviews,” says CBS Career Counselor.

Need to land a new job? Here are five soft skills you need

“I’m currently looking for a job/a new job” – that phrase is one I hear over and over again amongst my group of friends. Many of them are looking to find a job ASAP in order to pay their rent while others are just looking for something different to the job they have now.

Forget about your dream job – just do something

We probably all want to do something we are passionate about. But what if the search for our passion blocks the opportunities that are right in front of us? Signe Lund Bunke decided to stop searching for her dream job and instead just take a chance and passion came along.

“My student job has opened my eyes towards tech and robots”

Monday’s are crucial in my team. We have our weekly editorial meetings and set the agenda for the rest of the week. Despite it being Monday morning, I quite look forward to getting to work since my colleague Isabella will be waiting for me with our usual breakfast, which consists of a croissant. It’s not all bad.

Is this an offer I can’t refuse?

Signe Lund Bunke graduated from CBS a short while ago and started searching for a job. All of a sudden, she had two job offers at the same time. In her blog, she shares her thoughts about how she made a decision.

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