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Support thread for parents of offspring in their 20’s

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11:28am, 2 Aug 2021
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1:04pm, 2 Aug 2021
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Youngest daughter left uni, posted her CV online and got invited for a job interview the next day. She started five days later as the lowest of the low in a conveyancing firm inputting data and checking 'evidence' - and absolutely loves it! Apparently watching the little box turn green to say that the check is complete is exciting - as it working 9 to 5 and having evenings and weekends off!! Long may it continue.
1:12pm, 2 Aug 2021
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Aww, lovely story Cyclops. Glad she's enjoying it. :-) G
1:25pm, 2 Aug 2021
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Yay Cyclops :)
1:33pm, 2 Aug 2021
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need my nearly 21 year old to write his CV, he isnt a writing stuff sort of person
1:39pm, 2 Aug 2021
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Am I right in remembering he did CS at York?
1:46pm, 2 Aug 2021
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[My son finished that course last year - and I'm aware of a number of his peers being able to pick and choose between a number of lucrative/interesting offers. Getting a LinkedIn profile and practising some of the online algorithm/ programming tests would be just as helpful as writing a CV.]
6:25pm, 2 Aug 2021
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close, cerrertonia, York yes, electronic and computer engineering, ill give him a prod about the linkedIn profile
6:32pm, 2 Aug 2021
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......seems he already has
6:49pm, 2 Aug 2021
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A lot of the big tech companies start graduate recruitment around now - trying to get the best candidates locked in for next summer. If his LinkedIn profile is OK, I'd expect recruiters to be contacting him more and more often as the year goes on. (Everyone I speak to in the industry is struggling to fill their electronics/ computer science graduate positions.)

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