Monthly Archives: July 2016

The power of networking – an quick update

  Back at the end of last summer, I blogged about a philosophy student who networked his way to work experience with The Scotsman. Now for the latest update: ‘The Scotsman was very productive, I’ve since been back another two times, and … Continue reading

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What can you do with your PPLS degree?…read on for new ideas…

The Careers team at my professional organisation Agcas  has been busy writing and updating job profiles recently, and the new list (below) attracted my attention as so many seemed to relate to the skills and interests of PPLS graduates: Digital copywriter – LEL … Continue reading

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Your PPLS degree and your career choices

There’s a great article on Guardian Careers this week about the value of arts and humanities degrees – if you recognise the strengths you develop, are able to articulate these to employers, and combine this with evidence of using these strengths in the workplace. … Continue reading

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