Monthly Archives: November 2015

Many jobs aren’t advertised, particularly in the media, charity work, design and environmental work. One of the only ways to tap into this hidden graduate job market is to write a speculative application. This can also be a useful way to approach small employers who don’t recruit graduates onto a formal scheme or to find

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Waiting around for those automated emails from companies on whether you got the job or not can be quite nerve wracking. It can also be frustrating and leave you feeling hopeless. It’s sometimes better to take job hunting into your own hands at times; for example if you want to work for a specific company,

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Written by Freda Nomo The Christmas period is a great time to sort out new jobs, just like summer a lot of vacancies tend to pop up due to people going on leave or due to needing extra hands to help out. Before heading off to look for jobs, make sure you… Similar Post: How

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Customer satisfaction is vital for business success, so you need to give clients and customers the same care and attention you would give your boss. You may think sales skills and negotiation are about making as much money as possible. However, that is only possible and sustainable if employees have adequate customer satisfaction skills. These

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Written by Freda Nomo It’s tempting to constantly pick at the things you don’t want in life, instead of enjoying what you already have or achieved in life. “The more you appreciate what you currently have, the more likely it is that you’ll be better off – financially – in the future”. – From the

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Written by Deepak Shukla In today’s competitive job market, unfortunately a degree and even good work experience isn’t enough to get you that job. Here is a list of five helpful tips that will set you apart from your competition. Read Another Interesting Post: Five Frequently Asked Interview Questions Build Soft Skills: Something that employers

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Interview questions generally may change between businesses but there are specific questions that are commonly asked to find out whether you have the skills to do the job well, your enthusiasm and interest for the role and whether you will blend in with the working environment. So, to help you prepare for your next interview

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Everyone has different ideas about what they want to gain from their careers, even if they don’t know the career path exactly. There are thousands of job roles offering different types of rewards outside monetary benefits such as job fulfilment, professional development, satisfaction and enjoyment. We’ve listed a few roles with different benefits you may

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Video CVs have been around for quite some time now and it’s becoming popular as jobseekers are trying to find ways to stand out from the crowd. Video CVs are great because they boost job applications by giving employers more insight into what an individual can bring to the table, than a paper CV. Traditional

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Openly selling yourself effectively can feel very uncomfortable, especially if you’re naturally a quiet or shy person. There’s nothing wrong with being self-effacing, in fact most people often downplay their qualities in fear of being boastful or arrogant. We’ve listed three ways you can impress employers and sell yourself. Similar Post: How To Successfully Complete

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