It's been a while! I have been so busy recently, writing my dissertation and revising for exams that I had to take a break from blogging. I can assure you that I am back doing what I love, with lots of advice and ideas for you all. I have now finished my degree at the University of South Wales and what an experience it has been. I never thought I would get to this point and it is a scary feeling to think that I am now a proper adult, if you get me. This post will discuss options to consider after you finish your degree. To tell you the truth, I am still uncertain. I am at the stage of deciding where to complete a masters course, and it is a harder task than I originally thought. There are so many factors to consider, such as the modules within the course, the opportunities the course offers, the funding and more. Although this is my next step, there are many steps that an individual can consider, some not mentioned in this post.
These type of jobs are specifically orientated to the newly graduated student, where you will learn practical skills needed to succeed in your chosen sector. Graduate jobs are usually paid like an entry-level position and most include additional benefits or incentives. In addition, some graduate jobs allow you to work in different areas of a company to understand the role of different departments. This is useful if you are a little uncertain about what career path you wish to go into.