How to Ace an Interview Even When Your Confidence is ShakyDon’t allow yourself to fumble an interview question that can affect your chances of getting hired.

Job Interview Tips How to Tweak Your Resume the Right WayFind out which sections to edit or delete to increase your chances of getting hired.

What to Ask Your Potential Employer During a Job InterviewGrab the opportunity to get to know your potential employer before accepting an offer.

How to Get Promoted to a Management PositionFind out how to get your superior’s attention by improving your leadership skills.

Thursday, 15 June 2017 13:36

Things to Check Before Applying for a Job

Things to Check Before Applying for a JobAre you ready to enter the workforce again? Here’s how to leave a positive impression as soon as you hand in your resume.

Job Interview Tips How to Strike the BalanceFind out how to leave a positive impression that will stand out.

What to Remove From Your Resume Right NowDon’t hesitate to delete, edit or reformat your resume as you craft it.

When drafting a resume, you have to be willing to hit the delete button as many times as needed to ensure your resume is ready. There’s always something in your resume that can be changed to make way for more relevant details. And you have to make sure your resume passes the applicant tracking system (ATS) before anyone can see it.

Saturday, 13 May 2017 02:27

Extra LinkedIn Help for Busy Job Seekers

Extra LinkedIn Help for Busy Job SeekersUse the best tools on LinkedIn to help you score a job interview and find your next career opportunity.

Common Mistakes That May be Costing You an InterviewFind out how to fix your job application to get more opportunities.

3 Questions You Need to Answer to Land the JobIf you’ve been looking for a new job long-term, you’re probably now familiar with the most common interview questions, like, “Tell me about yourself” and “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” Believe it or not, these questions actually have very little to do with the real questions involved in recruiters’ hiring decisions.

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