Job-hunting is hard work. As the competition gets tougher, candidates are having to go the extra mile to secure their dream job offer. With hundreds and thousands of CV’s submitted to jobs every day, it’s crucial to have a CV that sets you apart from the crowd. Is it time to leave your traditional CV
We talk about the skills shortage a lot, but it’s not just technical skills that are lacking, its soft skills too. Soft skills, or intangible non-technical abilities are becoming increasingly important and employers are focusing much more on the personal attributes of individuals. In a Wall Street Journal survey of over 900 executives, 92% reported
We want all of our candidates to excel both on paper and in person, so in this article we will be talking about something equally as important as your skills and experience when it comes to the screening process. Yes, your personality – nowadays companies are concentrating much more attention on the extent to which
Our top tips and tricks to help you make an impact using just the power of words! Employers can gauge a first impression of your CV after as little as 3 seconds of reading it, and often have just 10-20 seconds to skim through the rest of it. However, if you grab their attention from
Candidate applications are up by a whopping 55% but only 2% of applicants are actually getting an interview. The traditional CV no longer cuts the mustard. So, how can you make your CV stand out? By making it visual. Not a designer? No problem. There are a number of ways to make a CV for sore eyes.
If you’re looking for a job and have been for a while you probably have a love/hate relationship with the cover letter. Okay, more like hate/HATE, but you get the point. After all, who even reads them? You don’t want to put a shed load of work into a cover letter for it to be shoved