jobs

Is it ok to leave Cambridge without a job?

When you forget that you’ll need some way to start paying back these student loans

Cambridge graduates named most employable in the UK

Yet you still can’t get an internship

Cambridge University advertises for full-time sexual assault and harassment adviser

It’s the first position of its kind at a British university

VOTE NOW: Which companies do Cantabs want to work for?

Voting is open for our Cambridge Careers Survey 2017

As Cambridge students we should oppose ‘institution blind’ recruitment

We worked hard to get here, we work hard here and we deserve that to be recognised

Careers and Cambridge: Obsession or Anathema?

The culture of careers at Cambridge differs substantially depending on who you talk to

Cambridge things we’d throw on the bonfire

Because, sometimes it can feel like everything’s going up in flames

Stay in education as long as you can – the future is bleak

Don’t grow up, it’s a trap

‘Whose University?’ have got it all wrong

The ‘WU?’ Campaign is just entitled, brattish foot-stamping, says FRANCESCA RYCRAFT-MOORE

Which societies should you join?

Michaelmas is here! Let GEORGINA BUTTERWORTH take you through the top socs

Why you shouldn’t be a banker

No matter what wishful thinking might tell you, there is no way that banking can be an ethical choice, says JACK TATTERSALL.

Those that can…teach?

Teaching has become the most popular career choice for Oxbridge-leavers. So much for the popular expression reports KATE MORRISON-BETTS.

Alex Jackman: Week 4

In his fourth column, ALEX JACKMAN delves into the baffling world of career networking.

Unpaid Internships: Fantastic Opportunity or Indentured Servitude?

The rise in unpaid internships is forcing students to pay to do unpaid menial work simply in order to get enough CV points to get a Real Job, argues CHLOE COLEMAN.

No Fun Without Funding

BEN JONES suggests a solution to the problem of postgraduate funding, and argues that every student should be granted the opportunity.

Watersprite Film Festival: The Mega Review

JAMES MITCHELL spends the weekend pitching a film script, running about a lot and enjoying the company of Olivia Colman and Eddie Redmayne.

A Test of Talent?

One frustrated applicant tells us why psychometric tests fail to measure up.

The Dawn of the Quarterlife Crisis

Think your Glory Years are on their way? Think again.

Tab Business is Recruiting

The Tiger Mum in You

Could it be that inside every Cantab roars a proud Tiger Mother?