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When you graduate, you have all the theoretical knowledge but may lack practical skills that are gathered through experience. Why not give yourself a head start and read these books by business leaders who have gotten where they are today through trial and error? Learn from them and you may be able to apply some of your new knowledge throughout your internship or first job.

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Before graduation, students need to realise that a degree might get you in the door for an interview and increase your earning potential, but that is only part of the employment equation. The unemployment rate for graduates in Australia is ever increasing. To avoid being part of that category, there are certainly some things you can do in University to elevate your chances of employment.

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When looking through job adverts, of the key attributes many companies look for in their employees is proactiveness. However, many graduates and entry level professionals may wonder, how can I demonstrate that I am proactive when I have limited work experience or whilst I am still studying. Here are 4 top tips to demonstrate your proactivity. 

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You have been called to an interview, your heart is pounding and you are starting to get anxious.  Research shows that non-verbal communication plays an important role in the interview process - many hiring managers form a lasting impression within 90 seconds, even though the average interview lasts for 40 minutes!  

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