Advice Articles

What Questions Does An Employer Ask Your Resume References?

Job Interviews, Looking For A Job, Resume Surgery Advice

Whenever you apply for a job you are often asked to include at least two references that can support your resume content and experience.

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Tips on How to Study From Home

Career Progression, Resume Surgery Advice

Some jobs can require extra qualifications. The great thing about qualifications today is that you can often study from home alongside work and lifestyle commitments.

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Job interview Tips – How to Impress the Interviewer

Job Interviews, Resume Surgery Advice

Impressing the interviewer should be your number one priority during a job interview. If you can impress the interviewer by showing them why you are the ideal candidate for the job, then you are almost guaranteed the role! Here are a few tips on how to impress during a job interview.

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How to Prepare for a Telephone Interview

Job Interviews, Resume Surgery Advice

Telephone job interviews are a common first stage of interviewing. An employer will often want to interview you over the phone before inviting you to a face-to-face interview. This is usually to establish your key skills and experience. Telephone interviews are popular with employers as they minimise on time – for this reason it’s vital you impress the interviewer as you will only have a few minutes to do it!

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Three Reasons You Should Write a Cover Letter

Cover Letter Writing, Resume Surgery Advice

When you are applying for a job you may be tempted to print off your resume and send it without a cover letter. It’s quicker, easier and you’ll have more time to apply for other jobs. But not attaching a cover letter could damage your chances of securing a job interview. Here are three reasons why a cover letter can help your job application.

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Writing a Management Cover Letter

Cover Letter Writing, Resume Surgery Advice

Writing a cover letter for a management position can be slightly different to other cover letters. You need to portray your management and leadership skills and if you haven’t had direct management experience yet, this can be difficult to do. Here are a few tips to get you through.

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Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid

Cover Letter Writing, Resume Surgery Advice

Writing a cover letter is an essential part of the job application process. A cover letter is designed to show the employer your personality and to give them an idea of why you want to work for them and why you would be good for the role.

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Why You Should Hand Your Notice In

Career Progression, Looking For A Job, Resume Surgery Advice

If you are wondering whether to hand your notice in and can’t make a decision then check out these reasons below to help you decide whether it’s the right move for you.

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Resume Proofreading

Resume Advice and Tips, Resume Surgery Advice

When writing a resume or writing a cover letter it is crucial that you proofread everything and ensure you are using the correct grammar.

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Three Essential Resume Writing Tips

Resume Advice and Tips, Resume Surgery Advice

When you are looking at how to write a resume you’ll know that content and key skills are vital. But there are a few other things you’ll need to consider.

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