Training For A New Career

Author: Christopher
If you are just starting out, or an experienced professional wanting to make a change, the steps you need to take to train for a new career are basically the same. Even though you may be looking for a different type of job, you will follow the same basic path, outlined below:

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Attributes of a Good Employee That Employers Look For During a Job Interview

Author: Stephen

Every time a company advertises for a job opening, hundreds if not thousands of job seekers forward their applications. It therefore goes to show, in order for you to stand out from other job applicants there are some aspects you have to seriously take into account.

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What Every Job Seeker Must Know to Have an Edge Over Other Applicants

Author: Stephen

The competition for the limited jobs available has become quite high and the current economic hardships have also contributed greatly to this phenomenon. Therefore, as a job seeker you should know what you need to equip yourself with to attract the attention of your prospective employer.

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Resume Writing Tips – Resume Action Verbs

Author: Allan Tan

Verbs are a very important part of the human language. They describe things you are doing, will do, or have done. SO, it’s not hard to understand that when talking about your skills, verbs are crucial. On a resume, you want to communicate your experience, or what you have done, and you want to show that you will use those skills if you are hired for a new position.

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Cover Letter Tips: Addressing Gaps in Your Employment History

Author: Candace

Though your résumé may look spot on and demonstrate that you have the right type of experience and education, upon closer inspection a potential employer may see that there are gaps between your positions. Short spaces of time (i.e. one to three months) are explainable; usually it takes awhile to find a new job or relocate for your new position. However, it is the larger gaps of time or the re-occurrence of large gaps that worry employers. They wonder if you are reliable or just a job hopper; if you have numerous jobs that you only spent a few months at, then they would classify you as a job hopper.

If you might be considered a “job hopper” it may be a good idea to leave some of your shorter terms out of your résumé.

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Stay Positive And In Control When A Job Search Stretches On

Author: Heather Eagar

Searching for a job can be an extremely draining experience. At first, it seems simple to develop a cover letter and update your resume, but when a job search wears on, you can get pretty worn down. When a job search lasts for more than a month or two, this can become exceptionally true.

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Common Errors in Resumes

Author: Kris Varma

Resumes are the most significant asset or the biggest liability for a candidate. Being the most important document ever written about a candidate, it is surprising how little time and thought is used in creating resumes.

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How to Identify a good or bad online job board

Author: agape12

The web is gradually becoming the easiest medium of advertising job openings. In the same vein it is now one of the quickest and easiest tool that help job seekers around the world to find their dream job.

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Working for a charity over a private company

Author: jon richards

There are more and more people wanting to work for a business that makes a difference in the world, rather than the ‘greedy’ large corporations we have so many of. A lot of the celebrities become ambassadors for charities and this encourages the public to follow suit also. Looking after those less fortunate than ourselves brings an additional ‘feel good’ factor towards the job role.

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Some Really Useful Tips on Securing Seasonal Employment

Author: Samantha Pearce

For some people seasonal work is ideal. If you want to work for just part of the year, for what ever reason, then seasonal employment is what you need.

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