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interview

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 Read more…


interview

Interviews are unpredictable. There is no way of knowing everything you will be asked. But although the questions will vary, there are several common themes that you can prepare answers to. Mostly the interview will cover your work history and Read more…


speculative approach

Sometimes you have no option in your job search than to approach an employer directly, without an introduction, using a speculative approach. Sometimes you will know that what you offer is exactly right for a particular company and, try as Read more…


networking

There is little doubt that networking is the most effective method for securing a new position.  But many people shy away from it; after all it doesn’t appear to be the most comfortable of activities. Nevertheless, estimates amongst career professionals Read more…


networking

There is plenty of research which shows that the most likely way for you to get a job is through your contacts. Networking may not always be the most comfortable of job strategies, but it is far more effective than Read more…


networking

You may be one of those many people who find the idea of networking daunting. You will find, however, that once you can get started on a conversation it becomes much easier. Here are some questions that will lead you Read more…