Graduate Employment: 333 tips for finding your first job as a graduate
by Sue Greener at al.
Publisher: BookBoon 2011
Number of pages: 83
There are at least two reasons to download this book of tips. One is to find practical and encouraging advice on how to find graduate employment. The second reason is that the authors are giving all proceeds from the download of the book to charity.
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