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What jobs can I get with my degree?

Every student has thought of it at some point: what jobs can I actually end up with with after I finish my degree. We at Magnet.me have all questioned the same thing, and thought it would be good to shed some light on the fact that it’s not only about that piece of paper you get when you graduate.

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4 myths about graduate career exploration

There’s always doubts in everything we do. Whether they are in the back of our minds or very present and this is also the case for our search for a grad scheme, internship or graduate job. Here are 4 myths about graduate career exploration which you shouldn’t worry about (anymore)!

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Our take on success

Magnet.me started with 3 students on a job hunt. 5 years later those same students are running a successful online network, having helped over 70,000 students reach all their potential opportunities. How did they get there? Inspired by our own founding Magneteers, here are a few things to remember on your road to success:

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5 reasons why traditional graduate recruitment channels are not working (anymore)

Ever feel like you’re spending too much time filtering through a ridiculous amount of applications, thinking to yourself; “more than half of these are not worth my time”? It’s because you are probably still using traditional job sites, mass promotion through email or careers fairs in the hope to attract great candidates. Here is a quick rundown of why they result in frustration more often than satisfaction.

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How to write better emails

Almost every job requires communication through email. It’s a wonderful phenomenon that dates back to the 1970s. An american computer programmer, Ray Tomlinson, was the first to send an email to himself that contained the message ‘QWERTYIOP’ or something similar. Today, we send and receive an extensive amount of messages to people all over the world. Some formal, others not so formal. With the many different communication platforms today (including Magnet.me), it’s easy to forget basic do’s and don’ts in the emailing world. So here’s a quick refresher:

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