With so much competition for work, it’s no wonder interviewers are upping their game. Here’s a couple of tips on how to avoid common interview mistakes so nothing stands in the way of landing that perfect job.
They like your CV and want to know more, but aren't quite ready yet to call you in. Instead, they call you up!
A well-written resume will showcase your education, experience, and qualifications so that hiring managers will be eager to bring you in for interviews.
When you’re preparing for an interview, an essential part is thinking about what questions you’d like to ask the interviewer.
Not everyone enjoys their course at uni. For those students who never really 'clicked' with their degree, finishing tertiary education is a joyous occasion. But then comes a difficult period of applying to unrelated jobs.
Body language is a form of communication. You want to exude confidence, enthusiasm and passion - not disinterest, shyness or awkwardness. Alas, when you’re feeling super nervous, this is easier said than done. Here are some tips to help you out.
Going for a job interview shouldn’t feel like an interrogation and getting prepared for one shouldn’t feel like a chore. Here are five things you should always be prepared with at a job interview.
If you’ve got your first phone interview coming up – congratulations! Here are a few tips to help you get through to the next stage.
Would you consider yourself organised? Do you keep your to-do list in a leather bound notebook, or on the corner of an advertisement for a pizza place? Is your calendar a page of A3 industrial pape or a figment of your imagination?
The job interview process isn’t a one-way street. As well as a chance for your employer to check you out, it’s also an opportunity for you, as a prospective employee, to see if a company is the place for you.