5 tips to write the perfect STEM CV
March 21, 2016 - Uncategorized
First up, here’s some great news: STEM prospects are not only in high-demand, they’re also being paid pretty well.
In fact, 66.3% of UK engineering & technology grads are in full time employment within six months of graduation. With an average starting salary at £26,536, an increase on £21,725 for all graduates.
The first step to starting your career in STEM is, of course, to gather the level of education and relevant experience that will make you an appealing hire.
The next step is to take those qualifications and craft them into a CV that shows potential employers that you’re far and away the best candidate for the position. Read more…