Many will agree that the benefits to working seasonal and holiday jobs include the extra income and store discounts you may receive.
Video CVs are all the rage today. Many job seekers are using this new form of technology in order to better sell themselves to potential employers.
When you’re considering a new job, one of the key items to factor into your decision making process is, if the company’s culture is a good fit for you.
If you always feel reluctant to go to work in the morning, it’s either you hate your job or you’re a victim of workplace bullying. Anyone can be a bully at work, whether it’s a boss or a co-worker or a client.
As a job seeker, you also have something to sell: YOURSELF! Mind you, for years we have heard “You have to sell yourself to employers if you want a job.”
Pretty much everyone has goals, but the quality that separates good candidates from the great ones is that a great applicant will actively be taking steps to achieve those goals.
You already know that having a great reference to back up your skills is imperative, but not everyone knows how they should go about getting one. (Your reference or references) is often the last hurdle before getting the job offer.
Your global job search might lead you to a land you already know you love, or a new existing one that will satisfy you in employment as well as from a cultural and social standpoint. So how can you go about finding, applying, conducting a job interview and securing a job abroad?
Searching for a dream job can be so time consuming that it can become a job in itself. No wonder the challenge of any job seeker is to stand out from the crowd and show employers that you can
It’s time to realize how important it is to tailor your CV to the job you are applying to. I can’t begin to tell you how many CVs I have received over the years with off subject objectives or long, lengthy CVs that leave me wondering what key expertise a candidate brings to the table.