Careers by sector resources These resources will help you to evaluate, explore, and enact your career options in different sectors alongside your studies. What sectors can I work in? Many graduates have transferable skills that are valued in variety of sectors. During your studies here at Royal Holloway, you have many opportunities to find out as much as you can about different career sectors and evaluate how you will fit into particular jobs roles and companies: What skills or qualifications do they look for? What is the working culture like? Our resources will help you to know what's out there, find out what you want to do after graduation and kick start your future career by building a plan for how to achieve that goal and identify the steps you need to take, and when to take them, to achieve that. What are sector-focused careers weeks? Our themed weeks give you the chance to learn more about working in a particular area, be that business and finance, law, or the charity sector. Remember, for the majority of these sectors you aren't required to be following a specific degree, as they all have a wide range of roles that require different specialisations and skill sets. Our events include beginner's guide sessions, workshops, employer and alumni-led sessions and the chance to meet Royal Holloway alumni and discover what they've been up to since graduation. We also hold several careers fairs a year that provide you with the chance to have a first conversation with employers. You can find out more about this year's activities and explore our resources below. Where can I meet employers on campus? Attending our Meet the Employer sessions are a great way to ask questions about what it is really like to work in a particular job or organisation in an informal setting. Students can book to speak with visiting employers to explore their options in different sectors and for advice on applications in a relaxed, informal environment. How are my skills valued in the graduate workplace? You can get some basic information about different industries and job roles from websites like, Prospects and Targetjobs. They also provide links to more information, including vacancies. Take some time to look at the vacancies on JobsOnline to see what job roles capture your attention and appeal to you. Look at the details given, and the requirements. Is this kind of job something to explore further? Need further advice or help? If you can’t find what you’re looking for or simply want a chat about your career journey, why not book a one-to-one appointment with a Careers Consultant online or at the Careers & Employability Service in the Davison building?