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Internship Feedback 2017

Posted 19.05.17

Firstly, thank you so much for applying to our Summer Internships. We found a huge amount of enthusiasm and really enjoyed reading all of your responses. We know…
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Start your story: looking for work experience this autumn?

Posted 30.08.16

Start Your Story: Looking for work experience this autumn? There are changes are afoot…   We’ve been looking at how we can make work experience fairer and more…
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Important – changes to job application system at Penguin Random House

Posted 25.05.16

Ok, so we’ll try and keep this snappy – we know that reading about system changes probably isn’t the reason you subscribe to our social channels… But –…
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Degree announcement – Q&A

Posted 01.02.16

On Monday 18th January we announced that we’d be removing the requirement for a degree from the recruitment process across all our jobs. And what a couple of…
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We’re back.

Posted 29.09.15

Sorry that we’ve been a little quiet on here for a while – we’ve been Scheming… Now we’re back, we thought it might be helpful to give you…
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Making your CV stand out

Posted 25.09.15

How to sell yourself… well, not literally Your CV is the first way to grab our attention, so it’s important to get it right. There’s lots of information…
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Zoom in on the covering letter

Posted 09.01.15

Earlier in the year we gave you a bit of an overview on how to make your covering letter stand out from the crowd. You can remind yourself…
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Job titles decoded

Posted 13.08.14

If you are looking to break into publishing and/or haven’t worked for a publisher previously, we thought it might help to de-mystify the language we use internally to…
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What makes a covering letter stand out?

Posted 03.02.14

Following on from last month’s blog post on CV writing tips, we’re now going to give a bit of limelight to the covering letter. Your covering letter is…
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Selling yourself: your CV

Posted 06.01.14

How to sell yourself… well, not literally Your CV is the first way to grab our attention, so it’s important to get it right. There’s lots of information…
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