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You’ve Got Mail: Let’s chat Internships

Meet: You’ve got mail  Simply. It’s a copy and paste of the email chains here…

The truth about medical internships

Medical interns are the bottom of the food chain but it does get better.

Are internships worth the time?

How to know if you’re being a prince(ss), or being exploited for free work.

Intern Diaries: Book Editor, Day One

I got the internship after five emails, two cold calls and (embarrassingly) one writing submission to the publisher.

5 Careers (and the starting salaries) for someone with a physics degree

Less than 10% of Physics graduates end up employed in the field of Physics and Astronomy.

Climbing the ladder: Career Advice from Camilla’s Digital Marketing Manager

Most interns and grads we had at CAMILLA were already socially active and digitally savvy, so my advice is to understand how these mediums can be translated for commercial use, using these technologies to develop and grow a brand.

Career Story: From a Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Science to zero jobs

After my degree I thought I could save the world, so I interned for four months in Equador. Then I came home and tried to get a job. But I didn’t. I didn’t even get a single interview. I probably applied for 50 jobs and it was really disheartening.

Roundtable Discussion: What’s it really like being a paralegal?

“This part of the job kind of can feel a bit like providing a hospitality service.”

Why I chose a Bachelor of Visual Communication at UTS

Is this the course for you? Read this student’s experience.

Interview advice from a (successful) Deutsche Bank grad

Be deliberate. Every move you made should have a reason (preferably that you initiated). Never say you left because you were bored or “wanted to try something new.”

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $42,800 in Public Relations to …

Salary jump: From $42,800 at 23 to $92,000 at 28

Roundtable discussion: Where & should I study Fashion in NSW? 4 Fashion students weigh in

3 designers and a fashion PR executive share their advice

Where the hell is my career? Shouldn’t I be ahead by now?

“I’ve never been really good at anything. I’ve just been a hard worker.”

On The Phone With: A Publicist

You can work in an agency and test where your interests and strengths are.

On The Phone With: The Sydney Roosters Sales and Partnership Executive

Can you move from playing the game to being in the business side of it?