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How to find your first job – top tips for newbies.
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"I'd only study something that interests me."
Students should cast aside the notion of having to graduate with the best-possible grades as quickly as possible. On XING Campus, author Jannike Stoehr offers career guidance advice and tips on how to launch a successful career.Read expert advice
"You don't need a degree to be successful."
Entrepreneur Jochen Schweizer achieved success without a degree. In this article he explains why university isn't for everyone and what really counts in today's world of work.Read Klartext article
Gather initial experience as an intern or trainee.
Internships or trainee programmes are often the first step towards your first permanent job. Find out how they differ and how you can get the most out of them.Read article
Best careers for the future
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