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Widget Finn on a booming sector that is finding favour at UK universities from homegrown and overseas students alike

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Advertising careers: If at first you can't succeed, why not do it yourself?

This is the story of two young grads, frustrated at the sheer lack of career opportunities left to them, who decided to take a radical approach to finding work in the advertising industry

Five basic tips for the graduate job hunt

Your exams are finally coming to an end, and with it, if you're a finalist, your time at university. Here's our guide to what comes next: the graduate job search

There’s a wealth of invaluable information to be found online, along with news of non-graduate jobs and work experience placements

Non-university options for school leavers

There's more to life than a degree, and plenty of resources to help pinpoint the right route for you

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