New Career

5 Keys to A Successful Mid-Life Career Change

You probably have established your career by now. If you’re lucky, you might already be comfortable with what you have and quite content with what you’ve made of yourself and perhaps giving yourself a pat on the back. However it can be at this time that one reviews your life goals and passions, and rather than …

Basic Online Interview Tips Guaranteed to Get You Hired

Many companies nowadays conduct job interviews online. As technology develops, companies can adapt to a convenient way of doing the preliminary screening of applicants. Aside from online job interviews being convenient, it is also cost-effective. A virtual interview cuts the transportation expenses and speeds up the hiring process. What is an online interview? It is a …

4 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

Applying for the job of your dreams can be tiresome. Most of the time, your resume is the first thing that HR personnel will look at before they put you on the shortlisted candidates. Now, your goal is to make your resume stand out among other applicants. When creating a resume, you should be able to …

Using Body Language in Your Interviews

While it is important to know how to impress your potential employers with your answers to their questions, it is equally important to carry yourself positively during job interviews by means of body language. Here is some advice on how to effectively let your body do the talking and help you get that job: Before, during …

Getting Hired After A Career Break

Career breaks offer a great way to recharge the battery, recuperate and rejuvenate. Stressful jobs where you are working long hours can cause ‘burn out’ and take its toll on our health and well being. After a sabbatical or long leave from work it is usual to feel the need to get back to your career. …

How to Change Careers without prior Industry knowledge

Have you ever thought of switching your careers? Has it occurred to you, in your current employment, that you feel unhappy, tired of the work, and would prefer to do something else? This situation may well happen at some point in your career, and if it does,how would you approach the prospect of changing careers if …

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