Taking place at Google Campus in Central London, the Second Income Workshop on Friday 12 July 2013 is aimed at students and graduates who want to start their own online businesses. The aim of the workshop is to educate attendees on getting started in business and how to overcome the endless challenges.
There will be presentations by entrepreneurs as well as speakers from Google and Facebook, and the opportunity to meet and connect with mentors that can help them to go into business in their chosen field.
Are you a publication, website, reporter, critic, columnist, broadcaster, photographer or digital or data interactive journalist? Take a look at the Guardian Student Media Awards 2013 as it will give you a chance to win two weeks work experience at the Guardian. You can find a full list of categories, details of how to to enter at www.guardian.co.uk/sma2013.
Closing date: Friday 28 June 2013 for all the categories.
Financial website providing global financial news on the News tab.
Careers gives tips and articles for individuals looking for jobs and a job bank with vacancies sourced from around the City including a section dedicated to graduate recruitment.
Lifestyle brings together the tips, content and ideas to maintain that essential work / life balance. Written especially for individuals working in the financial markets, and featuring articles by people working in the industry.
An extract from – The Guardian, Friday 23 March 2012 – William Poundstone’s book Are you smart enough to work at Google? considers the logic puzzles, trick questions and mind-bending riddles that make Google interviews notoriously hard. Would you make it through to the next round?
Whether you’re just starting out on your doctorate or an experienced researcher, you can find useful information and guidance on the Vitae website. It will help you to think about what you want to do, navigate recruitment processes and manage your career over the long term.
For advice on how to apply, language requirements and career options, visit the EU Careers zone on the Guardian website for insights, videos that give a flavour of working life in the EU, and what it takes to get through the application process.