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On these pages you will find serious, focused advice on how you can have a better career, find the jobs you want, and present yourself well in your job applications, when meeting people and in interviews. Whether you need to plan and implement a job search, discover which career is right for you, make a change mid-life or overcome an obstacle or challenge at work, this is the site for you.
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The Career Energy Team.
When an employer reads your CV they are looking for evidence that you can do the job that you have applied for, and that you can do it well. It is essential therefore that your CV provides them with such evidence.
How many times have you come out of an interview feeling that everything has gone well, only to discover that you didn’t get the job? If you are like most people it has happened to you several times, and each time it happens feels disheartening and perplexing.
Northern Ireland and Yorkshire are home to the UK’s happiest working professionals, reveals new research published by London School of Business and Finance (LSBF).
LSBF’s Careers Report details information illustrating how happy people are in their careers throughout the UK. Surveying over 1000 participants of varying age and gender, the results suggest that nearly half of all workers in the UK (47%) would like a professional change.