Thousands of the UK’s smartest job hunting graduates are helping themselves to the free e-book written by this website’s founder Tanya de Grunwald, as word spreads about the quality and value of the advice within it.

The free e-book How to Get a Graduate Job in a Pandemic has been praised for helping recent graduates to set their job hunt in the context of the changing world around us, and for containing whole chapters on unpaid internships, and confidence and motivation – two of the biggest problems facing graduates today.

As well as being interviewed by the Guardian and YouTuber Mahel Khan (see above), Tanya has also talked about why she wrote the book with Rate My Placement founders Ollie Sidwell and Jack Denton, and podcasters Sarah Findley and Gemma Stephenson.

Disability specialists MyPlus Students’ Club and women’s network We Are The City have also profiled Tanya and promoted the free e-book.

De Grunwald says it is gratifying to see so many graduates snapping up the book – which is free to download thanks to financial support from Accenture, Vodafone, EY, Santander and the graduate recruitment agency Give A Grad A Go. She says:

“This is an exceptionally difficult time for the UK’s graduates, so I am thrilled to see that my free e-book is starting to reach the young people who so desperately need it. It is packed with information and advice for graduates who are finding it tough to get their career going during these very strange days.

“Whether you’ve set your heart on a paricular industry and you’re struggling to secure that crucial first job, or you are feeling uninspired and have no idea where to start choosing your career, the e-book is packed with tips and advice that will help you to create a plan and get your search back on track.”

* Haven’t got your copy yet? Download the e-book here

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