Want to get your careers news direct from the source?

Here’s a few tips on favourite newsletters/lists we’re subscribed to. Why not get y’self signed up and cut out the middle man *neglected sob*?


Knowledge Transfer Network’s newsletter for the Creative, Digital and Design Community is a great source of industry news, events, networking and funding opportunities and more. Sign up for this and many other news digests including Science, ICT, Built Environment, Defence and a stack of other options http://bit.ly/1hTeVbT

Future Rising is another fine source of creative industry insights, job opportunities, insider talk and more http://bit.ly/1MThUOA

Ri5 (no relation to M, that we know of) is a great place for current hot topics from the graduate labour market. Find out what bizarre assumptions are doing the rounds regarding those undifferentiated blobs of humanity known as ‘students’ and ‘graduates’ and how far wide of the mark they are. also get the latest on recruitment and salary trends and more. http://bit.ly/1MTi9ZZ

Gradcracker need no introduction, but just in case – pretty much your one-stop shop for all things Engineering and Construction, graduate jobs, internships, long and short placements, industry news. Sign up and don’t miss out – http://bit.ly/1I8Fs1h

Where Women Work ‘helps talented women figure out, find and secure their next career move into progressive corporate organisations.’ Sign up for their news letter and see what’s going on at http://bit.ly/1kqtK7J

Brite Innovation Review, published in association with NEF: The Innovation Institute, is a digital magazine highlighting the innovations, ideas and people who are transforming industry, education and government policy. It provides a digital platform to promote science, technology and business innovation, exchanging ideas and knowledge, and encouraging the advancement of innovative practice across different sectors. http://bit.ly/1W5mP4J

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Paul Rothwell • 22/10/2015

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