A lot of graduates tend to ignore the one thing they should be looking for in their first employer.
Category Archives: Job search
‘Coffee chats’ and Informational Interviews (Networking for introverts continued)
What should you discuss when meeting someone you’ve approached after your networking efforts?
Networking to get a job (introverts, listen up!).
A shortcut to networking for introverts in 2021.
Should I address gaps on my CV?
The issue of great debate. Should you address gaps on your CV?
Can you find a job on Clubhouse?
Find out if you can use the freshest social media platform to supercharge your job search.
Do this 15 minutes before your interview starts.
In my last article, I mentioned that your interview begins as soon as you walk through the door. So, I’m going to touch on a few things you should be conscious of in the precious minutes leading up to your interview. After conducting countless interviews over the last few years I’ve seen a lot ofContinue reading “Do this 15 minutes before your interview starts.”
What should you wear to an interview?
Having worked in recruitment for a long time, I guess I take this sort of information for granted. I always wondered why people attended interviews super over-dressed (it’s rarely the other way around). And then I came across this quote. “Obvious to you. Amazing to others.” Derek Sivers, Hell Yeah or No. I guess, youContinue reading “What should you wear to an interview?”
Should I use a recruiter in my job search?
No, recruiters are all terrible! If the sarcasm wasn’t clear, I’m joking. Being on LinkedIn everyday though, you’d be forgiven if you thought this actually was the case. Pretty much everyday there’s a post about how a recruiter messed around a candidate in some way, shape or form. In this blog I’m going to cutContinue reading “Should I use a recruiter in my job search?”
What’s your current salary?
This is a question we’ve all been asked at some point – and if you’re just entering the job market, you’ll most certainly be asked during your career. And, quite rightly, we feel a little bit uncomfortable about it. In fact, some countries have outlawed anyone asking this question at all! Why are you beingContinue reading “What’s your current salary?”