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How to write better emails

Almost every job requires communication through email. It’s a wonderful phenomenon that dates back to the 1970s. An american computer programmer, Ray Tomlinson, was the first to send an email to himself that contained the message ‘QWERTYIOP’ or something similar. Today, we send and receive an extensive amount of messages to people all over the world. Some formal, others not so formal. With the many different communication platforms today (including Magnet.me), it’s easy to forget basic do’s and don’ts in the emailing world. So here’s a quick refresher:

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How to create an awesome Magnet.me profile

When you’re creating your Magnet.me profile it can be hard to know how to optimise it right away. You might wonder what to include and how. What do employers find important? What should I mention to increase my chances of landing the perfect job or internship? Here are a few short pointers to make sure that you’ve got everything covered.

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2016: Our year in numbers

2016 has been a crazy year: Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the release of Zoolander 2 (“really?!”). As you do, we also looked back at the last twelve months and have grabbed the year in a couple of cool numbers that shaped our year. In words, it was a fantastic year for us and we’re very excited what’s to come in 2017!

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5 study tips to rock your exam week

As a student, you reach your real 'study intensity peak' whenever exams are coming up. These are often rather chaotic and stressful times (if you don't prepare properly). Here at Magnet.me, we've all been students at one point and thought it would be great to share our thoughts on how to approach the exam period to help you make the best of yours.

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How to write a good graduate job description

At Magnet.me we often get the question: “How do I write up a good job description that attracts great students or graduates?”. So we figured we’d write up our young and fresh perspective when it comes to writing job descriptions for students and graduates to attract the very best candidates.

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