Blog for Graduates

  • 10 Tips For Neurodiverse Job Seekers
    Neurodiversity is an umbrella term that refers to a collection of genetic conditions affecting how someone thinks, learns, socialises, focuses or pays attention, experiences the world, and processes information. Neurodiverse job seekers have unique skill sets that employers are looking for. These unique skills include creativity, enthusiasm...
  • Your earning potential in marketing
    Your earning potential in marketing is relatively limitless. Marketing itself is quite a broad term, and pursuing a career in marketing offers quite a few possibilities. Your marketing salary would depend on your specific area of specialisation. Choosing a career in marketing possibly offers more workplace flexibility than most, as remote or hybrid working is quite common in this field. We’...
  • 6 Free Online Courses To Boost Your CV
    Taking some free online courses is a brilliant way to broaden your skillset and boost your CV, even if the course doesn’t directly relate to your career plans. Just showing the initiative to learn new skills will impress future employers.   Here are some of the best free online courses that you can do for free:   Free marketing courses Course by:...
  • The low down on your earning potential as an Engineer or Data Scientist
    As an ambitious graduate, you probably want to better understand your earning potential within your chosen field of study.  There are many factors to consider when choosing your career path. You might be driven by interest, growth opportunity, convenience or even earning potential. Furthermore, conducting your own research to better understand marketing hiring trends especially those listed...
  • Employee To Entrepreneur: Prenessa Nalliah
    I’m a third generation Indian South African woman, descended from indentured labourers who dared to do something more than simply dream. I was raised in Merebank and Chatsworth and have been so lucky to witness the benefits of discipline, courage and curiosity in my lifetime. Despite being a distinction student, I couldn’t avoid failure — today that’s the very thing I...