Inspiring the New Generation
JobTeaser is delighted to join HEPI’s (The Higher Education Policy Institute) partnership programme. Together, JobTeaser and HEPI aim to provide the sector and policy makers with recommendations on graduate employability by leveraging student, industry and executive insight.
In this article we give you the lowdown on soft skills’ definition, assessment and development. We reveal answers to questions like: What competencies constitute ‘creativity’? What are the key metrics we could use to assess creativity? How can universities identify, measure, and develop soft skills? How can students emphasize these skills in their resume? And many more.
We had the opportunity to ask Alan Stuart, Director Careers and Employability Service (MDXworks)a few questions on MDX’s approach to diversity and inclusion.
We invited hiring managers from two companies we work with to answer the most pressing resume-related questions.
It’s no secret that student engagement is a challenge in the career service profession. That’s why at the 2019 JobTeaser Career Services Day, we hosted a workshop on improving student engagement with 80 career services professionals from across Europe.
At the 2019 Career Services Day, we put the wild speculations to the test and uncovered some sound predictions – and shared novel ideas – about what the profession will look like 10-20-50 years from now.
This article is the third and last in a series based on a keynote speech by Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD, at JobTeaser’s 2019 Career Services Day. In case you missed them, do read Part 1 and Part 2.
In this article, we uncover the three skills young people will need to successfully navigate the complex world we live in.
We’re using this latest round of fundraising to invest in R&D, helping us respond better to emerging trends in the world of work and to the expectations of today’s generation.
At the 2019 Career Services Day, we asked leading education expert Andreas Schleicher – Director for Education and Skills at the OECD - to put the digital revolution in context.
To attract talent, companies are increasingly investing in their employer brand. But the information they produce is not always easy for students to find or leverage. Here's how career guidance professionals can bridge that gap.
160 ambitious and driven career service representatives from 15 countries were in Paris on 26th June for the Career Services Day, to put their heads together and transform career guidance as we know it! Here's our round-up of 7 key takeaways from the event.