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GMIT survey shows 94 per cent of GMIT graduates in employment or further study

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A new report published by the GMIT Careers Office shows that 94 per cent of GMIT graduates are either in employment or further education, eight months after graduation: 55 per cent of GMIT graduates are in paid employment and 39 per cent are in further education.

Five tips to make career change as painless as possible

Most people change careers several times in their lives, a trend that looks set to endure. However it can feel like there are many roadblocks to making the big switch, writes HEATHER HAMILTON, CAREER COACH, SLI NUA CAREERS.

Five tips to make career change as painless as possible

Most people change careers several times in their lives, a trend that looks set to endure. However it can feel like there are many roadblocks to making the big switch, writes HEATHER HAMILTON, CAREER COACH, SLI NUA CAREERS.

Six job-searching tips for new graduates

You’re fresh out of college, just got the results (congrats) and now the real world beckons. Chances are you will soon be facing your first serious job interview. That has prompted Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers, to compile these six simple tips.

The truth about cover letters

Q: I am applying for a job. I’ve done up my CV. Do I really need to put a cover letter in with it? And, if I do, what tips have you got? (DC, email).

Next DMiM event has a top class line up of speakers

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Digital Marketing in Mayo (DMiM) is a voluntary organisation which was founded in February 2015 to help Mayo businesses develop their online presence. DMiM is a network which helps businesses in Mayo learn from other businesses that are successful in using digital marketing. DMiM will be holding its next event on Tuesday February 2 in Breaffy House Hotel and Resort at 7pm, tickets for the event cost €5, and are available from www.eventbrite.ie.

Five ways in which you can use PR to better your business in 2016

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It’s a new year. The early days of January are a hopeful time to look at how you and your organisation can achieve great results in 2016.

Double decisions — what should you do?

Q: If I have a job interview on a Tuesday and another (more preferred) interview on a Wednesday how should I handle it if the Tuesday interview results in an offer on the spot? Should I accept the first offer and then decline it if the second one becomes available? Would this put the first offer in jeopardy? I certainly wouldn’t want to insult anyone and appear to be hedging my bets (even though that’s what I would be doing). Any suggestions? Thanks. (JM, email).

Apply for, or sit tight for six months?

Q. I have recently been told I’m going to be made redundant form my job in six months’ time. However, a job has become available in another company close to where I live but the catch is that it has a significantly lower salary. Do I go for this job even though the salary is dramatically inferior or do I sit tight for the time being? Any suggestions as to what I should do? (LL, email.)

ITWBN Blogging for Business event— learn how to turn your words into cash this weekend

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Into The West Blogger Network ware inviting everyone interested in learning more about the business of blogging to the last big ITWBN event of the year to be held this Sunday November 15 at the Galway Bay Hotel. The event will comment at noon and run through to 4.30pm. It aims to highlight the importance of “Blogging for Business, SEO and Content Marketing” for businesses.  

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