Aste Dahl

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  • How to handle job offers

    Picture this: Your phone rings, it is a unknown number - you answer with much trepidation. It is someone from the graduate recruitment team following an assessment center you went to. Hurrah they have offered you the job. This should...

  • Do I really need to know Excel?

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  • Crack on with planning your job hunt!

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  • Environmental Careers - Part 2

    Environmental Careers - Part 2 On Monday 5th March People & Planet Society held an excellent careers evening inviting several professionals to speak about environmental career options. This is a summary of what the speakers shared and the great advice they...

  • 1000+ Years of Careers Advice

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  • Environmental Careers - Part 1

    Environmental Careers - Part 1   On Monday 5th March People & Planet Society held an excellent careers evening inviting several professionals to speak about environmental career options. This is a summary of what the speakers shared and the great...

  • International Careers - curious about a career in international development (part 2)?

    International Careers - curious about a career in international development? As it is International Careers Week we will be sharing two exciting blog entries written by professionals working in international development. Wednesday we had Katherine who works in a NGO in Uganda. Yesterday...