Did you ever think to yourself "There must be a career out there that I'd be perfect for ...but what?!"

With roughly...ooohh...15,000 career types to choose from, we have lots of sympathy for the 57% of students that feel a bit stuck.

Maybe you have spent the past four years learning that you never want to think about your subject of choice again. 

Maybe you loved what you studied, but for the life of you, can't work out the correct pathway to success from your degree in medieval theatre studies and Viking nutrition.

Maybe you know exactly what you want to do, but the prospect of filling out a billion applications in the hope that your true brilliance will shine through, is not something that delights you.

That's what Budding does. It helps you SHINE. And it helps you choose.

Here's how it works:

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Step 1. You fill out your profile

What are your Strengths? Your Hard skills & knowledge? Your Interests? Your Nature? Your Essence? What is your SHINE?

It's easy, it's fun, it's intriguing, it's insightful. It's you.

Better still, unlike application forms, you just need to do this once. 

Step 2. You let us suggest careers for you

These are career suggestions based on a really deep knowledge of you. As a real live person. Whole and SHINEY.  

Have you a razor sharp memory, and a tendency to see the problems in every situation? Does this combine with a love of plants. Do you have a degree in general science or healthcare?

In other words, do you friends think you're a negative nerd?

Ever thought about immunology?

Step 3 (Optional) You upload evidence

Documents, images, video, audio, text  - all these things show off your SHINE. We guide you through this process and give you points that help your rankings. High rankings mean that recruiters will see you as being more suitable for them.We make you gleam so brightly that employers will need sunnies.

Step 4 (Optional) You watch the jobs roll in

These are not just any old jobs. They are jobs that have been hand selected for you and come from employers that actually want to talk to you. Matt has a role for a graduate immunologist/allergist and thinks you'd be perfect. Not qualified? Perhaps not as important as you think.