Quick tips to improve your job hunt
Have you recently applied for a job, with no luck? Perhaps try brushing up on your CV and cover letter knowledge. You may be including too much or too little on your CV and your cover letter may not be doing any justice to your skills and qualifications.
Here are a few articles to help you on your way
How to increase your chances of getting hired
When it comes to your CV, there are a few things that you can remove to help strengthen it. If you want the best results, then it’s essential to get rid of the things that your potential employer will not care about.
5 Ways to improve your CV
There’s no need to sit around and wait for a call-back for an interview or a job offer. Improving your chances in landing a job is an ongoing process. There are several things you can do to
5 Cover letter failures
Your cover letter is your potential employer’s first insight into you. That’s why you need to make absolutely certain that what you’re portraying on paper is nothing less than impressive. Careers24 has put together a list of things to avoid including in your cover letter. If you’re on the hunt for a new job, or if you’re just entering the job market, use this list as a guide when writing your cover letter and you won’t go wrong.
Phrases you should ban from your CV
When compiling a CV, there are a few unclear terms and phrases that you should avoid using. Not only will they make you seem “generic”, they might be the cause of your CV being thrown straight into the bin. Not sure what to look out for? Take a look at the list we’ve compiled for you.
How to create a great CV
Your CV is one of the most important factors for job hunting. Without it you won’t have a platform to list your qualifications, work experiences and achievements – in short, there’ll be no tool to sell yourself to the recruiter. This is why it’s so important to ensure your CV is perfect and always kept up to date. Here are a few tips to create a great CV.
7 Good reasons you weren’t hired
Attitude is one of the most important aspects of obtaining employment. A potential employer wants to see a high level of energy and a sign of an employee’s future dedication. If you attend the interview with no energy or motivation, the interviewer will very quickly make the decision not to hire you