Are you having to drag yourself out of bed and knock back a double shot latte before you can start to feel even remotely all right about the prospect of another day at the office?
So you’ve landed your new job, the interview was an outstanding success - well done, you! It all seemed so straightforward when you were doing the conga at your office leaving party, but there’s nothing quite like new job jitters to bring on a serious crisis of confidence.
The big interview is over. Time to breathe a sigh of relief, sit back and wait. Not quite!
Not a morning person? Need several alarms to wake you? Getting up may not be your thing but it doesn’t have to be the hardest thing you do all day.
When you’re going for a job in PR, you know employers are looking for someone with a subtle balance of general skills, like team working or managerial experience and core technical skills like media relations, digital campaigns and copywriting. The essential mix of qualities will differ slightly depending on whether you work in corporate communications, public affairs, finance, healthcare or consumer. But, here are 7 qualities we think PR recruiters are looking for:
Some people have the perception of B2B Tech PR being ‘dry’, however, in my opinion it’s one of the most fascinating sectors. All it takes is a little understanding to what the role actually involves. Here are 5 reasons why I think B2B rocks!