The first important step to searching for jobs is to get into the right mindset and plan a job searching strategy. Tell yourself that whilst you can have a lucky break, you are more likely to get results by being patient, determined and focused.
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Smartphone apps can help you with a wide range of day to day things but did you know that they can help you to learn new skills for the workplace too? If you’re looking to improve your assertiveness, interview skills, presentation skills or time management – there really is an app for that.
Impressing a current or future employer is as much about having the right attitude as the right qualifications and experience. Outlined below are the five qualities most likely to win over an employer and help increase your chances of securing that new role or promotion.
Your work options can be daunting when you have just graduated. This article will help you get started.
The sale of her distressed management consulting firm is imminent and so is her impending layoff. Yet, by the time Patricia Brown's employers at BearingPoint sign her severance check she will have completed the unfamiliar task of feathering her nest on LinkedIn.
Is your Facebook profile holding you back in your search for work? More and more recruiters are checking social media when evaluating applicants.
Are you thinking of moving to a new area for work? Can you afford the financial and social cost? This article might make you think again.
You could consider moving for work, but have you done everything you can where you are? Here are some suggestions for those struggling to make headway in their job seeking.
A range of additional help is available for unemployed people, including for those who have found work but need help to access it, those who want training, and those who need financial help.
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