If you’re writing your first CV or are updating an existing resume, you should think carefully about what message it conveys about you.
You might feel you are the perfect fit for a particular job, but many employers are looking for workers with multiple skills who can hold the fort in a variety of roles within the organisation.
More and more people are choosing to avoid the traditional nine-to-five approach to work as they look for greater flexibility and a better work-life balance.
If you’re thinking about travelling abroad during your gap year or are taking time out from your current role to do so, you may not have thought about the benefits this could have on your future career.
People often panic when it comes to choosing their first ‘proper’ role. Perhaps you’re fresh out of education and you haven’t thought that far ahead, or maybe you had children young and are just thinking about launching your career.
There is no cut-and-dry answer to this question, but there are certainly a number of questions you should ask yourself – and potentially others – before you make a significant move.
I know several married couples who work together. “Are they mad?” I hear you cry, and maybe the answer is, “Yes, a little bit perhaps.”
It feels somewhat ironic that I should be writing this article, as job interviews are one of my biggest fears...
If you’re a football fan, you may spend most weekends in the stands or on the sofa shouting at players and telling the ref exactly what you think of him.
If you’ve sent off hundreds of resumes and aren’t getting any interviews it may be that you need to give your CV a bit of an overhaul.
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