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Podcast: a guide to work experience

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12:49 PM | 21 September 2011
by Adam Oldfield
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Careers talk over at Guardian Careers have released a podcast about a selection of work experiences gone wrong, survival strategies and insider advice, trends and tips for students. All very useful stuff that can be applied to students looking to enter the advertising and marketing industry.

In the podcast is Steff Lever an English undergrad and blog author of Diary of a Publishing Intern. Mahdi Shariff, who is on a industrial placement with Ernst & Young. Chris Rea (not the singer), employer business manager at National Council for Work Experience. Followed by Caroline Mortimer, a History undergraduate at University of Birmingham shares her experiences.

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