Email reminders to apply for graduation in the spring aren’t the only thing Ryerson students in their final year opened last week. This was also a signal to open closets and look at what outfit options are available for future job interviews. “I’ve often said to students that you want to dress in a way that reflects the competence, skills, […]
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The paperless wave is taking over the job hunt. Employers in fields like graphic design, journalism and photography want to see your resumé and portfolio online. “More and more we’re getting students coming in asking about online – their presence, social media, a website,” said Ian Ingles, Ryerson Career Centre’s operations manager. Ingles said a website “makes your application […]
They say that our generation, often dubbed the millenials, is the most educated in history. This is especially true in our society, where the merits of a long and successful education are practically jammed down our throats since birth. And there are definitely advantages to an outrageously over-educated generation. It’s common knowledge that all the 20-somethings wandering around out there […]
So many of us have our noses to the grindstone in the hopes of landing a decent job someday, that every now and then a “follow-your-passions” type of story is just the spark of motivation we need — especially when that passion is beer. After graduating from Ryerson in 2008 with a finance degree, Stephen Rich landed a job at […]
For the animal activist: Dan Lyons, the U.K. author of The Politics of Animal Experimentation, will be discussing some of the ethical theories against animal testing this Wednesday at OISE, 252 Bloor St. W. Beginning at 6 p.m. This free event is a must-see for PETA and science enthusiasts. Click here for more info. For the career-oriented: Attention graduating students: June […]