If you’ve been doing the same job for several years and haven’t made any sort of progression, or you have had various roles all at the same level, you may be wondering why.
If your job isn’t paying enough to make ends meet it might be time to broaden your horizons.
You’ve decided it’s time to look for a new (or first) job but don’t know where to start.
Once you’ve completed the first five steps in part one of this article, you will be well-organised and ready to make progress.
You’ve made it through the first interview and have been offered a second. Congratulations! You obviously impressed and are a step closer to being offered the job.
As life becomes busier and busier, it often seems impossible to stay afloat with work, family and church commitments. How do you squeeze God time into your day when you’re already struggling to get everything done?
Perhaps you’ve been applying for jobs for a long while and are beginning to feel despondent. It can be very disheartening if you feel like you’re not getting anywhere.
Think of all the things you can do in 30 seconds. You could make a cup of coffee, reply to an email, pick an outfit for the day or make a paper aeroplane. One thing you can’t do in 30 seconds is put together a decent CV.
Your dazzling CV has gained you an interview, but now it’s time to shine in front of your prospective employer. Knowing you had the right skills and experience to get this far should give you confidence, but what happens when you have to give examples of these in practice?
For many job applications you will be required to write a cover letter to highlight and expand on key information from your CV. This is your opportunity to show that you fit the job description and are capable of fulfilling the advertised role.
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