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Five Words Not To Say In Your Interview

Use your words wisely in an interview, they may just determine your future at that company. It may not be that detrimental, but Director at Hays, Jason Walker and Manager at Randstad Technologies, Ian Scott said those going for a new job should avoid the following words: Obviously We Workaholic Motivated by change Challenge Mr Scott said people should avoid using ‘generic

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You Must Be LinkedIn

People may say you’re out of loop if you don’t have a Facebook, therefore is it fair to say you’re out of the career loop without a Linkedin? The career networking site has been called your “resume that never sleeps”. The person to claim ownership of that proclamation is Director of Product Marketing at Foundation, Omar Garriott. Mr Garriott said in

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Master Your Interview With 8 Questions

Interviews can be stressful, heck, even the call for an interview and initial ‘get-to-know’ you questions are. So what are some imperative factors to consider before an interview. According to one site, there are eight questions you should already know the answers to if you go for an interview. Tell them about yourself. What do you know about the company/business already? Tell

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Career Must-knows

Queensland Editor for the The Australian, Shane Rodgers delivers 16 career tips he wished he’d known at the age of 25. We picked some of our favourite tips from his list he compiled on job networking site Linkedin. Don’t rush your career, take time to master your skills. Good things come to those who wait; Most success come from repetition; You’ll never wish you’d spent

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Building a Resume

Your resume is the first thing that your potential new employer will see, so how do you make sure you get to interview stage? Here’s some handy advice on the best practice for prepping a resume. There are a lot of ways you can put together a resume. However what is the correct way of introducing yourself to your proposed employer

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Volunteer to get ahead

You may know that volunteering has benefits for the organisation you’re supporting, but did you know it can also help you get ahead in a career? says putting your green thumb to work for a local not-for-profit can make you stand out among other candidates vying for the same position. According to Seek, volunteering is advantageous in three ways: Employers view volunteering as being as credible

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