Want Graduate Employers to Hire You?

Show Your Skills.

Prove Your Talent.

Express Your Ambition.

Start a Blog.


Antoinette Turkie

Founder, MESH-ED

Do you know what will make employers hire you?

It’s not your degree.   At least, not on its own.
Your degree shows that you’re able and qualified, but what employers care most about is this:
Can you do the job they’re hiring for and are you the right person to do it?
To get a job, you need to get an interview.  To get an interview, you need to get the hiring manager’s attention.
How can you do it?
Start a blog.  
A blog is your voice.  Use it to express your talent and ambition.  Show how you think and what makes you tick.
With a blog, you can prove and improve your abilities.  For example, how you write and express yourself.
Not bad considering that communication is a top skill employers want, right?
Above all, with a blog you demonstrate that you’re a doer not a sayer.  You said you’re passionate and committed?  Your blog is the proof.
So don’t wait—because employers won’t.
Write your blog. Here. Today. 

It’s free.  It’s smart. It’s fun.

PS: If you want, there’s also free blogging training and support editing your posts.

Free Blogging Course


Sign up to my free blogging course and learn how to blog for success.

Online Course Starts:  16 January 2017

Featured Bloggers

Born in the UK, I moved to New Zealand when I was 18 months old. I came back to the UK as an international student in 2016.  I’m reading for a degree in Neuroscience (which includes the study of psychology and physiology) at the University of Manchester.

Anything to do with travelling, dancing and unicycling, I’m down for! I know that everyone will have a different adventure overseas but I love sharing my experiences to help you make the most of yours.

Sanket Kulkarni is a postgraduate Law student pursuing a Masters in Corporate Governance.  He joined the University of Portsmouth after getting bored at a corporate desk in India and is now pursuing every hobby a student possibly can.  Apart from being a member of the University’s Indian Society, he loves music and is a wannabe (terrible) DJ, but thinks he does ok.

Hi! I’m Prili, a Masters student at the University of Sussex. Coming from Indonesia to study gender and development at the best school for development studies in the world (the Institute of Development Studies at the University) makes me aware about cultural and gender issues that may affect international students in UK.

I’m here to share with you my experience as I believe that self-reflexivity is important and sharing is caring. My personal blog is froyolava.tumblr.com and my academic blog is froyolava.wordpress.com. Lastly, I always try my best to appreciate my learning process at school and my beautiful life in Falmer, the countryside of Brighton!

Born in China, I moved to Singapore for secondary education as a scholar when I was 15. And currently, I am a year 1 economics and finance undergraduate student at the University of Edinburgh.
I love food, music and photography. Feel free to contact me if you want to share your story with me or if you need any help as an international student.

In 2015 I moved to England as an international student to study a Journalism degree at the University of Sussex.
Writing, and everything creative is me. University is not only about studying but it’s all about the new journey you begin in life.

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