So you’ve applied for a job and are invited for an interview…have you ever wondered how to make a job interview work in your favour and help you land your dream job?
A June 2016 survey by Pure Resume asked 1,518 Australians one simple question – ‘Have you ever lied about your credentials or work experience on your resume?’ The age of those surveyed were as follows...
With thousands of jobs already on offer on teaching centric job boards across Australia, there's never been a better time to update your professional resume, modernise your CV and embark on a new career adventure in 2016!
Check out these tailored-made, industry specific sites for the education sector offering exciting positions nationwide. Find something in your area or look further afield for your next dream job.
1. Start seeing other people
SEEK might be the number 1 job search site for many, but there are other sites out there eager to help you get that next dream position, jam packed with fantastic job opportunities perfect for you.
Kick start your job search by updating your resume and cover letter and adding sites like Career One, Adzuna and Indeed.com to your hit list. Ten minutes is all it takes to jump into these fantastic sites and register. Let them know your dream role and the salary you're expecting and then sit back and wait for the tidal wave of hand-picked, perfect-for-you jobs to start rolling in to your Inbox. Easy!
I caught up with Trent Devers - IT Manager at Dynamiq, to find out which aspect of an IT resume are the most important to him. Like most IT businesses, they get a huge response when hiring and have to scan through an abundance of applicants, where many of them don't even make it passed the initial scan.
When you’re sending your application through via email the subject line is your first point of contact with either the hiring department or the person directly...
Employers only have minutes to look at a resume. Knowing the hidden key messages of a job ad will give you a dynamite list of key words, personal traits and position requirements...