“The best CVs and applications I have seen are the ones that succinctly and specifically address the criteria required for the role – linking past employments, skills, and experience to the role applied for.” – Anonymous 75% of employers agree that a well-written cover letter can improve the odds of a less-qualified applicant obtaining… Read More Some Job Searching Statistics
A few weeks ago we had an incident with a client who had found a job that they were very excited about starting. The job was for an online loan company, and involved travelling backwards and forwards between Colchester and London to transport files, and was a driver’s mate position (so no driving required). That… Read More Is Your Job Offer Too Good To Be True?
When job searching, it’s very easy to get into the habit of only using the same website to look for jobs. Although you’re still going to find jobs that way, it’s not maximising your job searching. By using many different job searching websites you’ll come across more individual jobs, and so will be more likely… Read More 10 Great Job Searching Websites
Job searching can be a really frustrating time. The average job search takes 18 weeks until employment, and if you’re not hearing anything back at all then it can really lower your confidence and make you feel like giving up. Don’t give up though – if you’re really struggling then complete these four steps below… Read More What To Do If You’re Not Getting Any Interviews
Job searching is one of those activities that we all hope isn’t going to last long. Often, however, it goes on for longer than we would like, and during that time it’s easy to become really disorganised. If you’re not expecting something to take that long, then why bother with a way to organise it?… Read More Keep Organised During Your Job Searching