Congratulations you’ve graduated! (Or nearly, hold in there). The stress and relief of deadlines, dissertations and being deprived of your Nan’s Sunday dinners is finally over. I bet you’re itching to start your big career in the city? So off you go attempting to search for graduate schemes, entry level jobs and paid internships… but all you get back are senior roles, management positions and vacancies which ask for at least ‘4-5 years of experience.’
Surely it should be easier than that?! That’s where JobZapp – Graduate Edition comes in…Introducing a brand new, free app which weeds out all those irrelevant job roles and only gives you ones you’re actually qualified for! Designed for graduates, students and school-leavers, the app does all the hard work for you and searches thousands of job vacancies from across the UK including Indeed, Monster, Total Jobs, Reed and CV Library.
What makes JobZapp stand out is that the app filters out pointless job ads and continuously searches for new jobs on your behalf, sending you notifications when new relevant job vacancies become available. The app is super simple too – just type in the area of work you’re looking for, the location and the job type and off you go.
In a nutshell, JobZapp is a handy device that fits all your job boards into one app – which means finding your dream job on the move has never been easier. Visit http://www.jobzapps.uk/ for more details and to download the app on IOS and Android.
Throughout the different cultures across the globe there are hundreds if not thousands of Superheroes. The most famous ones are the American ones such as Spiderman, Hulk, and Superman, just to name a few! Japan has loads of local and national Superheroes. One of them is Chojin Neiger, (or “Super God Neiger”) a Power Rangers style superhero who protects Akita Prefecture, working in the rice paddies.
So basically he protects rice fields and helps local farmers by working the rice fields with them! I always knew Japan was different and Chojin Neiger proves it! He even has his own Twitter account! Click here if you would like to follow him. Image Source: Screenshot/Chojin Neiger/2015
Innovations these days have no boundaries. If you are a pizza fan then you will love this idea: the Portable Pizza Pouch! Sadly, pizza is not always available for immediate hand-to-mouth consumption. Now there is a solution. With the Pizza Pouch you can always keep and carry a backup slice with you.
Built with a durable zip-lock sealing neck-strap pie slice device it will always be fresh and ready when you need a quick pizza slice! Would you buy one? At $8USD it is affordable for most pizza lovers. Follow the link below for more info! Image Source: Screenshot/Stupidiotic/2015
In a video uploaded to Facebook, an Italian man’s dog begs for forgiveness for whatever he’s done. We are not sure why the dog is so apologetic but it is so cute. My dog is sometimes apologetic but never this much. The video has since gone viral and more than 33 million people have seen the dog’s attempt to apologise to his owner. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015
A picture of a woman with an unusual hairdo, looking understandably upset in her local hospital waiting room, went viral on social media on Tuesday. The woman, who accidentally mistook a can of polyurethane building foam for hair mousse, must have done more than trying to make her hair.
If you look close you can see twigs, leaves and other debris stuck in the foam. I have no idea how that could have happened – do you? Image Source: Screenshot/Twitter/2015.
University has always been a very expensive adventure. I remember when I went to university I paid 60 Pounds a week, and that in 2003, and in the beautiful Southwest. Jonathan Davey, currently studying anthropology at Goldsmith’s University of London, commutes from Poland every week! Davey moved to Gdansk, in Poland, because it’s cheaper for him to live there and fly back for lectures. You will understand when you see what university accommodation costs in London. On average renting a room near his University of London campus could cost him up to £220 a week. That would be a total of 900 Pounds just for accommodation! That does not include living costs or socialising.
Return flights, buses to and from the airport, along with accommodation in Poland cost him a total of around £2,100 a year. Davey flies in from Poland for lectures Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and then flies back. While in the UK he spends the nights in cheap hostels or on friends’ sofas. Unfortunately, these are measures that some students have to take in order to be able to go to university. Would you do it and risk it? Would it be worth the hassle? Image Source: Screenshot/Steve/Bainbridge/2015