Tag: career

New careers
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New Careers in Existence

There are now many SaaS (Software as a Service) platforms for projects, client and operational management available and companies are looking for individuals that can master these. If you are not afraid of fiddling with computer software, then give this option a try.

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career success
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9 Habits to help you succeed in your career

Stand firm on your believes, ideas, and goals. You know those pushovers you find in office corridors and boardrooms, for them, it’s like high school all over again, they get bullied by their managers and everybody new just seems to be promoted ahead of them.

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Stand Out
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A Strategic Approach to Finding Your Next Job

Try to resist the edge to apply for just any and job in your field that gets posted. Streamline your search by mostly applying for jobs that you have adequate experience and qualifications for. This will increase your chances of securing interviews significantly.

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dream job
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Landing your dream job

Do remember to dream big but remain realistic, you need to be qualified and able to perform this job, if you do not have the necessary qualification and skills yet do not give up on your dream, rather take time and up-skill yourself.

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interview tips
Tips and Advice

9 Job Interview Tips

You have to have a great cover letter and a world class CV, then successfully master the job application process, and soon you will enter

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a great cv
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Rewards of having a great CV

The first thing to consider when building your CV is clarity. The whole point of a CV is to quickly convey information about what makes you the best candidate for the position, so readability is key. A busy hiring manager doesn’t have time to pour over a jumbled layout in search of the qualifications he or she is looking for.

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missing and interview
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5 Steps to help you recover after missing an interview

Make no mistake about it: this is 100% your fault and you should be clear about taking ownership. Without assigning any blame to outside parties, you need to offer your sincere apologies and assurances that this type of behaviour is extremely uncharacteristic

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