Unless you’re just now considering joining the workforce, either fresh out of high school or a university, you might have experienced these before: the job interviews. They represent the last step in your job hunting process. You wrote your resume, submitted it and now have been chosen to sit down with human resources employees.
Depending on what you do and say, you either get to advance your career and start working or go back to the drawing board and wait for another call. Continue reading
If you live in Australia and happen to be unemployed by the summer of 2015, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise in regards to your job hunting efforts. Although certainly not an easy endeavor at the moment, looking for work is bound to turn into a mind numbing compulsory routine by July of next year. Continue reading
Are you new to the job market? Maybe you are still finishing up with your education and need a way in which to support yourself. Maybe you’ve been laid off from your former job or perhaps you’re simply not content with the current one. Whatever the case may be, it’s best to act quickly……. Continue reading
Job searching is a time-consuming activity. Why it almost feels like a job in itself. If you don’t go about it with a sense of structure and a bit of knowledge on the subject, it tends to become a frustrating chore.
Simply being willing to work won’t net you a workplace, and that’s because employers today need more than your expressed willingness. They want to make assessments on whether you represent what they are looking for or not. Continue reading
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