Top Ten Management Interview Questions And Answers

So you’ve been working your way up the corporate ladder. You’ve learnt all there is in your previous roles within your sector and now it’s time to move up to a management level role.
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How to Make Your 2015 Goals a Reality

It’s that time of year again! Another twelve months have flown by and you’re thinking to yourself, ‘I was supposed to find a new job this year’ or ‘I was hoping to
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10 Steps to Attract Employers on LinkedIn [INFOGRAPHIC]

Being offered a job without having the fuss of searching for vacancies, updating and submitting hundreds of CVs and waiting for a response sounds like a dream.
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10 Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating Your Pay Rise [VIDEO]

There are lots of aspects that are important to job satisfaction, and your salary is certainly one of them. The level of your salary
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How to be a Successful Job Applicant – Advice for Lone Parents

Balancing work – full or part time – with added childcare and other life commitments is a hard task, but it’s not impossible.
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How to Use the STAR Technique for a Job Interview

As recruiters, we are always encouraging candidates to take the time to prepare before an interview. The STAR technique is a great tool to help you to firstly, prepare specific
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7 Things That Might Destroy Your Interview

Was it an employer’s market this year? Will it be a candidates market next year? Well one cannot exist without the other really – it doesn’t matter how skilled
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7 Reasons You Can’t Secure an Interview

It is really easy sitting on the other side of the interview table and critiquing the mistakes candidates make – however, it’s
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How To Answer "Have You Ever Been Fired" Interview Question

Being fired is obviously not the most positive experience to handle during your employment. It’s even more difficult to justify or to explain to the next prospective employer.
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What Will Be the Most Sought After Jobs of the Future and Required Skills? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you ever wondered which jobs will be most sought after in the future for jobseekers and what skills are required to get them? Nurses,
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How to be a Successful Job Applicant – Advice for the Over 50’s

There are significantly more obstacles to securing employment now than there were 10 years ago, for individuals of all age groups. Age is not something that employers
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No.1 Tool to Impress Your Boss

There may be several reasons why you’re looking to impress your boss: you may be wanting a payrise or a promotion; it may be coming up to your appraisal and you want to
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Things to Consider Before Signing a Job Contract

Contract Law is probably the most complex within employment law. How many of us really understand contractual law but have signed a few during our career?
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5 Tips to Protect Your Online Presence While Job Seeking

Most people will have an online presence – be that personal or professional – and more employers are carrying out checks online as part of their recruitment process.
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5 Tips to Make Your CV Visually Appealing

What’s the main purpose of a CV? The main purpose is to get you an invite to interview and an opportunity to meet and impress the hiring manager. So the first page of your
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What Most Recruiters Want to See on Your CV?

Looking for a job? So it is likely you have been asking yourself "what do recruiters want to see on my CV?"
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Top 10 Skills & Attributes You Should Have to Get a Job

There’s a big difference between your skills and your attributes. Attributes are qualities which you naturally have – perhaps you’re a naturally chatty smiley person or have strong resilience
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How Not to Be a Boring Job Applicant – On Your CV

Most people are aware of the competition within the current job market. Something I hear a lot when I’m speaking with employers about what they look for in potential
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How Not to Be a Boring Applicant – At the Interview

Most people are aware of the competition within the current job market. Something I hear a lot when I’m speaking with employers about what they look for in potential
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7 Deadly Mistakes Of Job Hunters

Is this you? You’ve been looking for a job for several months without much success. You started out feeling positive about getting a job and as time passed without
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How to Prepare for an Entry Level Interview

Your first interview can be extremely nerve wracking!! Everyone around you is suddenly an interview coach and is giving you tips and advice. There’s a lot of pressure on you
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Things to Avoid When Resigning From Your Job

It’s a great feeling to finally receive a new job offer. All of your hard work has come to fruition. However, you could be mistaken thinking this is the easy part of the process.
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Top 10 Funniest Things On Job Applicants CVs [INFOGRAPHIC]

Hundreds of thousands of job applications are made by jobseekers everyday and some of them are leaving smiles on recruiters faces.
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How to Deal with Employment Gaps on Your CV

At some point or another, everyone has had time when they have been out of work for a number of reasons as we will examine below, it is how you deal with these gaps
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The 10 Trickiest Interview Questions And Answers

Going to an interview is a nerve wracking time for most people anyway and usually you prepare in the best possible way you can so as not to be caught out during the interview but
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Top 10 Reasons Why They Didn't Call Back For The Interview

There are many reasons for not getting that important call back for an interview or after the interview. It’s frustrating, disappointing, disheartening and sometimes feels like a waste of your time.
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Top 6 Ways to Keep Your Job Search Strong [INFOGRAPHIC]

Today's job search trends and processes are very different to those used 5 or 10 years ago. Prior to internet and social media recruitment resources were very limited
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Top 25 Companies to Work for in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

What are the top 25 companies to work for across the world? One of the biggest review site Glassdoor put together a list to show best companies to work for in 2014.
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How to Write Your CV If You Lack Relevant Work Experience

If you’ve just left school or college you may not have any relevant work experience to include on your curriculum vitae (CV). This situation may concern you when you
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Top 5 CV Fails to Avoid [INFOGRAPHIC]

Writing a CV can be very difficult sometimes. You can't always get everything right. CV's consist of many details and they all require a high level of attention.
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Top 10 Most Common Graduate Interview Questions

University of Kent asked their graduate students what the most common interview questions were and these were the answers along with some tips on how to answer them.
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Thinking of changing job? Set your next Career Goal

'The tragedy of life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach'. - Benjamin Mays
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A Successful Job Search Needs a Curious Mind

Why do so many people find the process so daunting and exhausting when looking for a job? As a career coach I work with individuals to identify their personal and career
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Facing a personality assessment? Don’t panic!

Many employers use personality questionnaires when recruiting, especially when they are looking to fill senior positions or they are looking for very specific personality traits.
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Top Things to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer [INFOGRAPHIC]

Should you change your job or stick with the one you have already got? It is one of the hardest questions to answer unless it's obvious that you must change your job or stay wherever you for the timebeing.
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How to Show Employers You Are The Right Candidate

How to show an employer you have what it takes to do the job you're applying for. As a candidate you’ll appreciate by now that preparation before the interview is absolutely essential.
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How to Pass Your Probation Period

So you’ve written an excellent application, you’ve wowed the employer at interview and you’ve started work! Congratulations!
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Top 5 CV Tips That Could Change Your Job Search

The way you present your experience, knowledge and skills is one of the most important stages in your job search. There’s no sugar coating the current situation –
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What To Do When You Keep Getting Job Rejections

In today’s competitive market, applying for jobs often goes hand in hand with job rejections. It’s worth knowing that this is the case across the board, for people
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Top Ten Most Common Interview Questions And Answers

There’s still a lot of competition in the labour market today. Employers are looking for the best talent and most qualified candidates to meet their ever changing,
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Workplace Survival Guide: Top 10 Tips

When you land your first job it can be a very daunting prospect but a very exciting one at the same time. You know there’s going to be lots to learn but you are more likely
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How to Write an Effective Personal Statement

Whether you’re completing an application online, as a paper copy or writing a covering letter to support your CV/application – An effective personal statement can make all the difference.
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The Worst Lies to Tell on Your CV

Writing a CV can be tricky, with the competition for many jobs being at an all time high and the need to stand out crucial in securing an interview – it’s no surprise
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The 3 Types of Résumé Documents

No two people have the exact same background and experience; therefore no two résumés should be alike either. Nonetheless, there are typically three major types of résumé
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What to Take to an Interview

What do you take into the interview? It’s really tempting to take everything into the first stage interview. After all you want to be remembered. You want to stand out from the crowd.
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How to Be on Top of the Job Application Mountain [INFOGRAPHIC]

Every single job ad receives hundreds of applications and with thousands of speculative CVs being sent to companies makes it hard to be noticed.
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How to Make a Good First Impression at a Job Interview

You know the old cliché, you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression and no-where is it more important than at an interview. In fact if the research is correct
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Top Tips for a Second Job Interview

Great news you’ve been invited back for the second interview!! You can feel positive that you’ve demonstrated enough to get you back in to meet with the next person in the process.
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What Recruiters Want from Job Seekers [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you know how to work with recruiters then you might get the job you want quicker than you would otherwise.
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Top 10 Job Hunt Blunders of New College Graduates

This year’s graduates are facing a rough job market. However they many have a plus over other job seekers. They are amongst the age group most likely to be hired in the near future.
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Top Ten Career Development Tips

Today the labour market is more competitive than ever before and the rate of change is faster than we’ve seen in the past. Even if you are currently employed you’ll need to keep
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Top Ways to Promote Your Personal Brand

Your own personal brand needs to be unique; something different that will appeal to ideally your potential customers. And once you know and have developed your own personal brand
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How to Ask for a Promotion From Your Boss

If you have been considering asking your boss for a promotion then it is important to think why you want a promotion, what do you think it is going to achieve and have you
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Top Tips on Handling an Assessment Centre

Assessment centres are a popular and traditional selection method particularly for graduate recruitment. However, many organisations regularly use assessment centres
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7 Big Lies That You Will Probably be Told by Interviewers [INFOGRAPHIC]

When it comes to telling lies, candidates are not alone. Many interviewers are also telling lies about the job interview you had with them.
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Top 10 Overused Buzzwords on Linkedin to Avoid [INFOGRAPHIC]

It is very important not to simply repeat what others say or do on your LinkedIn profile or in the real world if you want to be successful in your career.
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Effective Personal Branding Leads to Successful Career [INFOGRAPHIC]

Having a great personal branding is the key to a successful career, especially when looking for jobs.
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Best Paying Jobs for Women [INFOGRAPHIC]

What are the best paying jobs for women? Find here a list of the top 19 highest salaried jobs for women.
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5 Things to Make Recruiters Consider Your CV [INFOGRAPHIC]

Recruiters spend only a couple of seconds to review and consider your CV / Resume so you don't have much to time impress them.
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Graduates Thoughts: Gap Year vs Work Experience [INFOGRAPHIC]

Graduates used to travel to places around the world during their gap year but now the majority stay in their country and start work experience instead. Of course the main reason for
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What are the Highest Paid Jobs on the Planet? [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's nice to know what salaries are paid to employees around the world and compare it with our own earning. This infographic shows us the highest salaries throughout the world by jobs and continents.
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How to Get a Job After Graduation

If you have worked hard through your degree course and have successfully graduated from your degree course then it’s now trying to find the job you want to do that matches
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Top 10 Tips for Recent Graduates to Use LinkedIn to Get a Job

LinkedIn is a perfect place to start looking for a career and what a perfect place when you are a Graduate fresh out of University looking for the next step and phase of your true career.
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9 Ways to Improve Your Personal Branding to Get a Job

Personal Branding is all about selling yourself and that is the only way that you will actually get a job through selling your skills, experience and personality to a client, company,
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How to Research a Company to Prepare for an Interview

I recently read an article published by the American Management Association (AMA) entitled Preparing for an Interview: How to Research a Company. (1)
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How to Work With a Recruitment Agency to Find a Job

We all need help in finding work at some time or another and where best to start by visiting a recruitment agency and building up a good working relationship with
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Top 10 Tips for a Great Phone Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

Nowadays recruiters choose to interview their candidates on the phone. This is the very first step of the interview process and it's saving a lot of time for employers.
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What Recruiters Really Want to See on Your CV [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's would have been great if we knew what recruiters really want to see on our CV's.
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How to Present Yourself in a Group Presentation

Where employers are receiving applications from a high volume of suitable candidates, group interviews are becoming a way for them to filter out the good from the outstanding.
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Skills Most Wanted by Employers in 2020 [INFOGRAPHIC]

The workplace is an ever-changing place, driven by government, society and technology. In order to remain a sought after candidate you'll need to make sure you have the right skills.
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21 Tips for a Successful Business Job interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you've won the opportunity to meet a prospective employer at a job interview then your CV has clearly inspired some thought by a recruiter.
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Top 10 Ways to Handle Job Search Stress

Stress is a normal and foreseeable part of the job search process. During this time, the job seeker is going through a time of change.
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How to Use a Recruiter to Find a Job

Do you want to understand the process of using a recruitment agency a little better? Well first of all you need to know that a recruitment agency is a business that can help you
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Top 10 Gold CV Tips: How to Make or Break It

The daily work life in HR departments flutters between workforce development and management, therefore recruitment and selection included. The most appropriate employers for the most
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The 5 Worst Things to Mention at an Interview

Making sure you don’t say the wrong thing is just as, if not more, important than making sure you say the right thing! Once you’ve been invited to an interview it’s reassuring to know that
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How to Answer Competency Questions

We’ve all been there, the interviews going well and then the employer asks – ‘Tell about a time when …’ and our minds go blank! We all know that at some point in our work career we’ve
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Being a Temp Can Be Quite Tempting

While a temporary position may have a short duration, taking it could prove the smart move in the long run! With a recovering economy, accepting a short-term role may be the very best option
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Top 10 Reasons Why Training Courses are Good for Jobseekers

1. Knowledge


As the saying goes “Knowledge is power” Gaining knowledge of the industry you would like to work in is a good way to decide if the job is the right one for you. You will learn
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How to Turn your Work Experience into a Full Time Job [INFOGRAPHIC]

Many people are trying to find ways to remain in the employment after they have completed their internship. If you are with a good company during your work experience placement
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Top Tips to Achieve Work Life Balance [INFOGRAPHIC]

How difficult is it to achieve work / life balance? There are ever-increasing demands on our time and expectations are to spend more time with the kids, work harder, meet up with friends
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5 Most Common Worst Excuses for Being Late to an Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

Being late to an interview will not give the employer a good first impression of you. Most of the recruiters / employers won't tolerate candidates not being there on time for their
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How to Turn a Layoff into an Opportunity for Growth

1. Don't take it personal.



Business is rough. Even in the industries that seem stable and within companies that seem to be thriving, there are so many factors that go into the decision of a layoff that make
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Top 5 Tips For A Successful Cover Letter

More and more employers request a strong cover letter, linking your experience and skills directly to the job advert you’re applying for. Even if an employer doesn’t ask for one specifically,
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Five Questions You Should Never Forget to Ask on Your Interview

First things firsts, and I cannot reiterate this point strongly enough, never forget to have a list of questions that you want to ask an interviewer. This is so vitally important.
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How to Format Your Resume for Job Applications

A resume format for one job seeker may not be the best one for you. It often depends on your work history, job search and your experience and overall background. This is why it’s important
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How to Secure Your Dream Job

Have you been thinking about finding a new job this year but don’t know whether it’s possible?
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Top 15 Adverbs to Use on Your CV and Cover Letter

The importance of using adverbs when writing a CV or cover letter is sometimes absent from our CV education. The language you use can make a big difference to the tone of your CV and adverbs
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What is the Most Important Career Document You Will Ever Have?

Your resume is a marketing document and you are the product! You should be trying to sell yourself and cast you in the best light! A resume is a 1 or 2 page career
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11 Things Recruiters Want You to Know

1. We want to meet you!



Successful recruiters are constantly looking to add people to their talent pools. The more people we are connected with on LinkedIn, the more people show up in our searches when we try
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Top 10 Things to Mention in an Interview

Interviews can be one of the most nerve wracking situations to go through – especially if you’ve been job searching for a while and have finally got through to this stage! Preparation
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How to Use LinkedIn Features For Your Career

So now you have an all-star profile that markets you as the consummate professional to those first, second and third degree connections you have engaged with using LinkedIn invitations,
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How to Grow Your LinkedIn Network to Benefit Your Career

In the first article in this series, we discussed how to market yourself using LinkedIn. Now that you have written a brilliant profile and built your professional marketing platform showcasing all
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How to Use LinkedIn For Your Career – Marketing Yourself

Last year, almost a quarter of young people in the EU labour market were unemployed. It’s not all doom and gloom however - the good news is the class of 2014 can look forward to the strongest
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3 Common Regrets Following Salary Negotiations

You've aced that interview and you've landed the job. Now, you just need to formalize the deal and tend to the most dreaded element of all: salary negotiations. Talking about money makes many
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How LinkedIn Referrals Make a Difference to Job Applications [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you on LinkedIn? Many recruiters are... even if you are employed you can still be on LinkedIn to learn more about careers indicate to recruiters that you might be open to suggested vacancies.
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Blogging May Affect Your Job Search

Many people have been fired when their company or organization construed their blog posts as distributing confidential company information, writing inappropriate comments, or both.
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Top 5 Tips to Impress Employers and Get Hired [INFOGRAPHIC]

It is important that prospective employers view you in a positive light and there are several ways to really impress them, making you look good and securing your employment with that company.
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A Complete Guide to Finding a Job [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are many ways for job seekers to find a job. Depending on your skills, qualifications and the location you are in, one or more of the following ways can be used.
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The Most Common CV Myths and Facts

There are lots of myths and traps about writing a CV that many people fall into. The most popular myth is "Resumes must be a single page" however when we look at this infographic we see that
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The Dos and Don’ts of Using LinkedIn in Your Job Search

LinkedIn is quickly becoming one of the biggest social media networks in the world. They currently have over 277 million users in more than 200 countries and territories and the numbers continue
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Top 10 Job Search Trends of 2014

Have you decided to take your job search to the next level this year? Then you should know these latest trends that will have an impact on your job search in 2014! Improve your job search game
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Top Five Online Distance Learning Course Providers

With a lot of employers looking for evidence of continuous learning and development, online courses have become more and more popular. There are plenty of different online organisations and companies
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Five Ways to Get Ahead With Your Job Search

In the current job market, it’s important to stay ahead and keep your skills, CV and activity fresh. Below are five ways to boost your CV and keep ahead of the crowd with your job search:
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Top 10 Résumé Formatting Tips

Be consistent in your format. Choose a chronological, functional, combination or a targeted résumé format. Select the format that will best relate your experience to your job target. Don’t copy someone
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Re-Entering the Workforce: Are you Ready to Dive Back In?

After taking time off to stay home with young children, care for a relative, travel, or simply to take a break, the task of preparing oneself to re-enter the workforce is daunting. So much may have changed
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7 Ways To Be A Successful Job Seeker [INFOGRAPHIC]

You should follow the right path to be a successful job seeker. Finding the right job advert is not so difficult in this age however how to apply and the rest of it requires much more thought.
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Top 6 Body Language Tips For Your Next Job Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

Many candidates only prepare for the questions or attire when they consider a job interview however body language is as important as other factors that you shouldn't neglect preparing for.
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How to Make a Video CV for Job Applications [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you thought about making a video CV of yourself to get your next job? Things are changing rapidly in the recruitment industry and there are many ways of expressing yourself
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Why You Might Need A Career Coach To Find The Right Job

Have you ever found yourself waiting for a call back after your interview, confident that your resume was great and you had a great connection with the employer, yet you are not the one getting
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Top 5 Common Mistakes When Making Job Applications

When I review applications my clients have made there are usually a few common mistakes that come up. Below are the top 5 that that need to be addressed before you consider sending an
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How to Answer Tough and Easy Interview Questions

Easy Questions. Tough Questions - is there a difference? One thing guaranteed when you sit across from an interviewer in a job interview is that you’re going to be asked questions. Questions
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How to Impress Your Interviewer With 17 Golden Tips [INFOGRAPHIC]

Preparing for an interview is not all about reviewing the interview questions. You should also take a look at other factors of an interview such as what to wear, when to be there,
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When to Hire a Professional CV Writer

I’m a huge do-it-yourselfer. I spend my free time making invitations for my upcoming nuptials and trying out new recipes on my family. I’m becoming a fantastic baker. I even took a cake baking class at
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3 Key Things to Get Right When Writing Your CV

1 What’s in a CV?


You’re ready to find that perfect, new job. Full of enthusiasm and high on expectation, you decide the best approach is to advertise yourself and let the jobs come to you. You start
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34 Great Tips for a Successful Job Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you have an interview coming on the way then you need to make time to prepare for it. There are many ways to get ready for your big day. There are also countless resources online
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Top Tips to Get the Job You Want [INFOGRAPHIC]

You may find many job vacancies to apply for online however not many people know how to get an interview for them. There are certain paths to follow and things to do to get the job you want.
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How To Research Your Potential Employer

We all know writing job applications and getting ready for interviews is a daunting process. As Benjamin Franklin once said: ‘By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.’ All employers want to know you have done your research on them and can demonstrate a genuine
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Top CV Writing Tips for 2014

Everyone wants a striking CV or résumé but there’s a fine line between standing out from the crowd and sticking out like a sore thumb.
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Top 10 Reasons You’re Still Unemployed

Has it been a while since your last interview? Are you starting to think you’ll never find another job? If you’ve been unemployed for several months and are starting to wonder if you’ll ever
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How People Make Decisions About Changing Their Career [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you interested in changing your career soon? If yes then have you thought about the reasons for that? Would you only change your job if something interesting presented itself to you?
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5 Great Tips for Writing a Successful CV

One of the most common complaints I hear from people is that they’ve made lots of applications but not heard back from the CVs they’ve sent. When I conduct a CV Review these are the
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Using Social Media and Apps for Job Seeking in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Nearly all of us have accounts on social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Linkedin. We are not only wasting time on those sites but living in them. Even though job
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How to Create an Interactive CV [INFOGRAPHIC]

Is your CV social enough? Writing a CV is not all about listing your work experience anymore. Of course work history is the most important aspect however employers are also keen to understand
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Top 10 Tips for Writing a Cover Letter [INFOGRAPHIC]

A cover letter is a great way to explain why you are the right candidate for the job. Your letter will be sent along with your CV and is a message for the employer to read and make a
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How to Grow Your Linkedin Network [INFOGRAPHIC]

Growing your network on Linkedin can be tricky sometimes for some people. There are many good reasons to extend your network on Linkedin.
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10 Things That Should Never Go On Your CV

Having a great CV is the very first step on the way to a job application. Your CV will get only a few seconds of an employer's attention and you wouldn't want your CV to go to bin
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Top 12 New IT Jobs That Will Fast Track Your Career

You can fast track your career with these new job titles in IT. New developments in information technology brought new careers into our life.
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Why Job Boards Are NOT Dead [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are job boards dead yet? Will they ever die? Well according to this infographic there are many reasons for job boards to continue to thrive.
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Top 10 UK Job Boards in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jobseekers are still visiting UK's top job boards to find jobs. You can also visit them and search vacancies to apply.
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How to Use Social Media to Get a Job [INFOGRAPHIC]

Finding a job to apply is not very difficult compare to before the internet age however standing out from the crowd seems not easy as it was years ago.
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How Playing Your Cards Right Can Get You Your Dream Job

It is very important to play your cards right when you are in a game to find a job. You don't have many options these days due to current situation on worlds economy and lack of jobs.
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What Happens to Your CV After Applying for Jobs Online [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you are applying for jobs online you should know about how employers eleminate candidates. It's not a big secret that each job advert receives many applications from jobseekers
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Top 10 New Jobs Which Weren't Around 5 Years Ago

Have you ever wondered which jobs didn't exist 5 years ago? Or could you have imagined 10 years ago that these jobs would be in our life?
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How to Use Body Language for Jobs and Interviews

Our body language is very important whatever we are doing at the time. Check out the following statements about using body language in life.
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