To accommodate the changing requirements of jobs, you will need to consider other alternatives outside education to help you land that next position.
Although it can be unnerving not to know the “answer” to your career puzzle, take the time to make an effort in setting your own goals, and track progress against your own goals.
In pursuit of that first full-time role, many graduates find themselves relocating to new towns, new cities and in some instances, new countries.
Interrogation of your future plans post-university is easily one of the most stressful, sobering and irritating social occurrences as a young final-year undergraduate.
Whether confronted as an indecisive recent graduate or an aspiring employee in an adjacent role, the wide and deep sea of occupations present in these industries can be quite daunting to navigate.
There are countless opportunities to further your knowledge and develop the skills you need throughout life and your media and communications career.
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