Best of Graduate Week

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Best of Graduate Week
14th July 2014

Not The One Show looked at graduates and what to do after university. Take a look at some of the clips from the week's programme below.


Starting your own business

We hear from Angelica Malin who launched her own lifestyle magazine, 'About Time', after graduating from university.​


Is a degree worth it?

Steven Rolls, UK Head of HR at Deloitte, joins the discussion on degrees, saying that their 'previous CEO didn't have a degree' and 'he was one of the highest paid accountants in the world'.



Tough getting a job in particular fields

'It's about passion, determination and not giving up'. Edward Adoo, DJ and Broadcaster, gives some advice for breaking into difficult fields.




Interview Tips

Our very own Anthony Baxter, Jon Naylor and Alex Beard give their experiences and tips on how to survive an interview.



Getting into Tech

We went down to a careers event in Hackney aimed at getting more people into the tech industry.


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