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Careers Resources

A one-stop shop for guidance on the most sought after career related topics

We have saved you search time by aggregating what we view as useful publicly available free career advice content. Hopefully we have avoided the need for you to search for a multitude of sources for career support information.


General Careers Guidance

Here are links to many comprehensive Careers Resources sites that provide information and advice on the many aspects of choosing and researching careers, including recruitment, training, opportunities, making applications, preparing for interviews, and career development.

Understanding the Big Career Picture

The author of this book is Old Millhillian, Oliver Rolfe, who is a member of the Old Millhillians Club Careers Committee. In it he guides you on how to navigate your way through your career, whilst improving key aspects of your life and mind. Breaking down the different hurdles you will come to face when job-hunting and within your career. 

Focussing on School and College students

Focussing on Higher Education Students and Graduates

Current and recent graduates should always make use of University Careers Services that provide a full range of advice on careers, guidance, applications, interviews, and vacancies.


Target Jobs


'What do Graduates do'

A publication of the results of an annual survey on the destinations of graduates and post graduates 15 months after their graduation by subject studied.

Career Information sites

Specialist Government site for apprenticeship information.

Apprenticeships Guide 2024


Networking usually involves meeting new people who share an interest in a profession, industry, or general interests. It encourages the informal exchange of ideas and information between individuals. This Forbes article explains why networking is a great way to widen ones knowledge, and become an essential career development skill. 

Life & Career Guidance

Job Search Guidance

Current and recent graduates should always make use of University and College Careers Services that provide a full range of advice and guidance on making applications, navigating interviews, and other selection processes. The sites below are particularly relevant for undergraduates and new graduates.


These sites help you understand the important role that social media can play in Job Search.

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