Category: opportunities

A range of opportunities for students to develop their career

Finding work in a socially distant time

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How do you find yourself a new job or job hunt in a period of uncertainty? Although the current situation is having a substantial effect on all aspects of our lives whether social or economic right now, it has also increased the requirement for certain types of jobs. Whilst your Campus Jobs position may not …

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Upcoming events from Target Jobs

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Target Jobs have a number of events open to students in the UK this term. Here’s what’s coming up! 28 February 2020 KPMG, London  IT’s back and we are looking for more female STEM students looking to explore their options in Technology and get the confidence, knowledge and contacts they need to succeed. Find out …

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Campus Jobs Graduate Series: What roles are available to me at University of Reading?

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As part of our Graduate series of blogs, podcasts and infographics coming up throughout February,  we wanted to explore the theme of staying at the University of Reading in a working capacity instead of studying. So if you love the Reading campus as much as us and are wondering what sort of opportunities you could pursue following …

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Placement Profile – Deciding to Complete Your Professional Placement on Campus

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In our newest Placement Profile we spoke to Campus Jobs Help Desk team member Caitlin, who gave us the low down on her time doing a professional placement here on Campus. So Tell us about yourself… I’m Caitlin, a fourth-year Consumer Behaviour and Marketing student at the University of Reading. Where did you do your …

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Everyday I’m Hustling – Sidehustles, what are they? and why is everyone talking about them?

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What are “Side Hustles?” The term “side hustle” is becoming an increasingly popular phrase in the business world as an opportunity for those in full/part time work to carry out a passion or interest in their spare time which brings in additional wages, expands their social network and develops their skills in other areas potentially from …

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