This interesting article published by The Guardian discusses the benefits of getting someone to help you write your CV rather than doing it all yourself. Should you pay someone to write your CV? In a recent live Q&A, on switching between the public and private sectors, one of the panellists said: “Getting someone else to Read More
As soon as you walk into a room, before you say anything, people are already trying to figure out who you are. What signals and messages are you sending with your posture and facial expressions?
This was a post found on LinkedIn offers some excellent advice. I would also recommend that CVs are tailored to specific openings where possible: Showcase your skills to match the company’s requirements and it will get you noticed for all the right reasons.
LinkedIn is an important tool in the job search. So here it is… what recruiters really want to see on your LinkedIn.
The thought of writing a resume intimidates almost anyone. It’s difficult to know where to start or what to include. It can seem like an insurmountable task. Here are 15 tips to help you not only tackle the task, but also write a winning resume. Article geared slightly for the US employment market, but still useful tips for the UK and other countries.
We all know the market is tough at the moment, pretty much wherever you go. So with competition for jobs hotting up, it is important that your CV really sells your skills to future employers in the most effective way you can.
Here’s a list of the top 10 tips you can use to advance your career…
Professionals are constantly looking to avoid these career “zappers”. Read and see if any of these behaviors are impacting your career in a negative way.
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The average time employers spend looking over your CV is just 10 seconds, so how do you make the right impression?