University – was it worth it?
Four people reflect on their university experience and how it has helped shaped their career.
By icould.com - December 4th, 2014
Employee benefits explained
You can get a lot more than just pay in return for your work. Find out about some of the other employment benefits you might receive.
By Bright Knowledge - November 28th, 2014
Career profile: Railway engineer
Railway engineering is a broad and varied area, with opportunities for engineers of all kinds.
By Bright Knowledge - November 26th, 2014
Your rights when applying for jobs
Find out how the law protects you from unfair treatment when you are applying for a job.
By Bright Knowledge - November 19th, 2014
Career profile: Construction site manager
Site managers oversee construction projects, managing other workers and keeping an eye on the schedule and budget.
By Bright Knowledge - November 14th, 2014
Choosing a games degree
With computer games companies now big contributors to the UK economy, degree course leader Fiona French shares her advice on routes into the industry.
By Fiona French - November 13th, 2014
Why careers in traditional trades are on the rise among young Britons
If you don't fancy being stuck in an office, careers using handcrafted skills seem to be on the rise.
By Anna Leach - November 11th, 2014
Applying to university for two different subjects
Applying for university can get complicated if you're considering very different courses. Find out some ways to tackle the confusion.
By Bright Knowledge - October 31st, 2014
A term abroad: tradition or tech?
Srimathi gets the chance to work with a range of materials.
By Srimathi Aiyer - October 30th, 2014
Student life: letting it go
This month, Peter writes about writing...and the joys of having a critical eye look at your work.
By Peter Johnson - October 30th, 2014