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Seen your dream job advertised but don’t have any relevant experience? Fear not - we’ve put together a guide to show you how to write a good CV highlighting the skills and qualities you do have.
Job boards are great places to search and apply for jobs online - these sites host thousands of roles on behalf of employers and recruitment agencies, from all industries and sectors.
The majority of job boards allow you to search jobs without signing up, but once you register and upload your CV, you can apply for a role with one swift click – or tap if you’re on mobile!
If you're wondering how to optimise your CV for job boards to make sure you get those most out of using a job board, here are a few of our top tips...
It’s World Mental Health Day on 10th October, and the theme this year is mental health in the workplace. To show our support, we’re sharing some of our best work-life balance tips.
One in six of us experiences a mental health problem in any given week, and increased working hours and work-related stress are often contributing factors.
A key way to protect against this detrimental effect is to make sure you have a healthy balance between work and your personal life. The following work-life balance tips should help you achieve that.
Your CV is your ticket to your next job interview - but only if you get it right! To help you out, we’ve put together a guide that explains what to include in a CV.
When an employer asks to see your CV, what they want to see is a document that proves why you’re the perfect candidate for the job. They want to see what it is that will make you fit in better at their company than all the other applicants.
As such, you should read the job description carefully and tailor your CV accordingly. But no matter what job you’re applying for, there are certain things you should always include.
Read on to find out what to include in a CV…
As anyone who’s ever searched for a job will know, if you want to succeed, you need to know how to prepare for an interview.
Alongside researching the company thoroughly, the most effective thing you can do to prepare is practise, practise, practise.
The more you’ve practised, the more comfortable and confident you’ll feel. And one of the best ways to practise is to set up and conduct a mock interview.
Here’s how to prepare for an interview by doing a mock, in six easy steps.
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