What’s Your Biggest Weakness – Some Tips For That Most Dreaded Of Interview Questions

Going for a job interview is never easy. But some questions come up time and time again that seasoned professionals need to have an answer to. One of those questions is the dreaded “What’s your biggest weakness?” For most people, their biggest weakness is not being able to answer that question, despite the fact that … Continue reading “What’s Your Biggest Weakness – Some Tips For That Most Dreaded Of Interview Questions”

Essential Attributes to Spot While Interviewing Remote Staff

The online world is becoming a work setting for many people around the world. But when you’re actually hiring someone to work remotely for you- your team could be facing double trouble. Job interviewing in itself can be difficult, but online interviews require even more responsibility, and if you don’t know how to interview remote workers … Continue reading “Essential Attributes to Spot While Interviewing Remote Staff”

16 Expert Tips on How to Use Social Media to Get a Job

Getting a job nowadays isn’t that complicated if you know what you’re doing. With social media being extremely popular, we must adapt to the current marketplace conditions and start looking for potential future opportunities in those places where many companies and employers spend time.  Because social media is now such a huge concept, we should … Continue reading “16 Expert Tips on How to Use Social Media to Get a Job”

Fall In Love With Your Job All Over Again And Do It Better

You’ve been unhappy at work for a while now. Each morning when the alarm clock goes off, you hit the snooze button and prolong the inevitable for as long as possible. Throughout the day you constantly check your watch, counting down the hours until you can clock off and go home. You live for the … Continue reading “Fall In Love With Your Job All Over Again And Do It Better”

It Takes 10000 Hours to Become a Master – Have You Done Yours?

We all think we know about those instant success stories. People who wake up with one brilliant idea that not only changes the world in impressive ways but makes them billionaires overnight. It’s hard to believe… and maybe we shouldn’t believe it at all. When we hear one of those stories, it’s more likely that … Continue reading “It Takes 10000 Hours to Become a Master – Have You Done Yours?”

Top Jobs for Those Who Value Their Independance

Often, it can seem as though there is only one type of job out there. When you are looking for new work, and you have been looking a while, it can sometimes seem as though there is not much to choose from. And if you have certain personality needs, it can be even more of … Continue reading “Top Jobs for Those Who Value Their Independance”

How to Present Your Education on Your Resume

Education is fast becoming a new standard in the world of recruitment. Is it enough anymore to simply list your studies and the year completed? The education component of your resume is often the first port of call for many recruiters, yet overlooked by the majority of applicants. A great application should be concise and … Continue reading “How to Present Your Education on Your Resume”

Tough Workplace Dilemnas and How to Overcome Them

At the beginning of your career, you were excited. Finally, you’d found the path you wanted to be on, and you were independent. Fast forward a few years, and things are very different. That early exuberance has given way to feelings of malaise. You never expected it to be like this. You’ve been through some … Continue reading “Tough Workplace Dilemnas and How to Overcome Them”

How You Can Improve Your Chances of Getting Your Dream Job

Most of us have a dream job in mind that we imagine ourselves doing. But how can you get to where you want to be? Here are the things that will improve your chances of clinching your dream job. Be Realistic About Your Starting Point You are not going to walk into your dream job … Continue reading “How You Can Improve Your Chances of Getting Your Dream Job”

5 Job Search Tips for Career Changes

The big challenge of going in a new line of work is that you seem out of place. On paper, the chronological story of your work experience doesn’t really point in the direction you’re now headed. “You were a business analyst, then you moved to marketing, and now you want to work in computer networking?!” … Continue reading “5 Job Search Tips for Career Changes”