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Tag Archives: interview and cv advice

Enhance Your Job Search With a Resume/CV Website

In the modern job search, many candidates benefit from a custom resume/CV website to serve as their online resume in addition to their LinkedIn profile. This is especially beneficial for private service professionals, who can display their many talents with pictures and video, not just words. In fact, if you …

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Learning Culture Subtleties Is Worth Its Weight In Gold

Being aware of the way that people in other countries negotiate or improve professional relations shows respect and tolerance for other cultures. This could include business attire while professionals in most western countries dress in conservative suits that are usually black or navy blue, some countries embrace a more casual …

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5 Signs that you might not want this job

It can be very exciting to get a job offer, especially if you’ve been looking for a while. However, taking a job that isn’t the right fit can be devastating – either you are miserable, or worse, you leave after only a couple of months. So how can you spot …

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Job Searching During the Dog Days of Summer

As summer gears up for the hottest months, the job market traditionally cools down, especially in the realm of private service. For Household Staff job seekers, this can be discouraging and frightening, however, this is actually the perfect time to work on your resume, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles to …

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Improve your Personal Impact and Nail that Job Interview

tips for improving your job interview chances

During my 14 year career as a recruitment consultant I have interviewed nearly 10,000 candidates in the corporate communications profession. Some of the most impressive and impactful candidates I’ve met didn’t initially look that good on paper. But face to face, they have an impact, they have that special secret …

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Are long job applications worth the effort?

Every job seeker knows the drill: you find a job that really interests you, but when you follow the link to apply, the application goes on forever…   Why they do this to you? Recruiters will often use the long application process to help weed out candidates. The thought process …

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Online Interviews: Be Ready!

Conducting interviews on platforms such as Skype saves personnel agencies and employers hours of time. Skype is a great way for employers to give all qualified applicants who are willing to relocate for work a fair crack of the whip. In order to be ready to impress your potential employer, …

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