The graduate of ten years ago started work armed with nothing more than a degree. With over 40 per cent of school leavers studying at higher education, you now need much more to impress a potential employer. Whatever you studied at university, you still have a wide choice of potential careers. The subject of your degree doesn't have to determine your career direction. What is important is how you go about getting that career.;"Turn your Degree into a Career" covers everything you need to turn yourself from graduate to professional. It explores how you can decide upon your ideal career - what careers you might enjoy, what skills you want to use, and where you want to work. It deals with researching your career, and how to supercharge your CV with a year out. All the basics are covered including how to write application forms, CVs and covering/speculative letters that really work. You'll find useful information on preparing for a successful interview, dealing with aptitude tests and assessment centres, notes on pursuing post-graduate qualifications, as well as tips for survival in the world of work.