The Top 4 Career Change Cover Letter Tips

By: Bruce Blackwell

If you’re looking to make a big change in your career – changing industries, applying for different types of positions than you’ve previously held, etc., you need to adjust more than your resume. An impressive career change cover letter can make the difference between getting called in for an interview or getting lumped in with the “do not call” list. To help you along your way, here are four tips for writing a career change cover letter that will wow your future employers:

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Truth And Lies In Job Applications

Author: Sandbox Advisors

A common concern when hiring a candidate is whether the applicant has told the truth about various aspects of their background. It is not unlikely for applicants to feel that they are more likely to get the job if they distort their age, cover-up gaps in their work history and claim to have educational qualifications they do not actually have.

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Using Employment Agencies to find a job

Author: J Strange

Having trouble finding the right job? Try searching through an employment agency. It may have exactly what you're looking for. An employment agency provides an invaluable service to both job seekers and employers. Since many businesses use the services offered by an employment agency, their jobs are only available to job seekers who are using the same agency as well.

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What to Wear at an Interview

Author: Corinne Mills

Whether you like it or not, your personal appearance will be judged as an expression of who you are and your approach to your work.

This does not mean that interviews are a beauty parade, they’re not. However, your clothes, hair, shoes etc will be viewed as indicators of your status, self-confidence, self-care and self-worth.

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Why Can't I Get Hired?

Author: Z. Glass The Job Hunting Expert

"Why can't I get hired in today's economy?" you may ask. Recently, a job seeker stated, "I have been looking for a job for more than a year. I have a great education, and a fairly stable work history. Why are they not hiring me? My response to him might shock you. On ABC news, I stated: "Most interview mistakes are not noticed until it's too late. Truth is- the hiring authority probably just doesn't like YOU."

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How To Answer Tough Interview Questions?

By: adrianodl

Most of us feel pretty comfortable during a technical interview, since questions are usually based on things we do routinely, or at least heard of at some point. But what happens when asked something like “Tell me about your weaknesses”. The question is easy; answering is the problem, right? :)

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Job Seekers - Do Not Underestimate Your Abilities

By: Lenny Keitel

When crafting a resume, it's easy to "sell yourself short" by omitting vital skills and expertise that employers are seeking. Your abilities are highly "portable" and unquestionably relevant to many new market segments. It's essential that prospective employers are fully aware of your qualifications and inspired by your versatility and talent. Your abilities however, will not get you a job if no one knows you have them!

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Answers To The Toughest Job Interview Questions

By: Peggy McKee

Job interviews are notoriously stressful, and in each one there are going to be a couple of difficult questions for you to handle. The key to being successful in your job interview is being prepared for the most difficult interview questions so that you can answer them smoothly and with confidence.


"Tell me about yourself."

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The Correct Way To Find a New Career

Author: Christopher

When it comes time to find a new career, there is a wrong and right way. People change careers all the time for one reason or another. It could be the existing employer does not offer advancement opportunities, income is not sufficient, the company may be going through a period of downsizing or even closing altogether, or perhaps you are simply tired of doing the same thing day after day.

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Behaviour Based Interviewing

Author: Amit Puri

Behaviour based interviewing has become increasingly common in various parts of the world. Essentially, it assumes that if you have displayed certain qualities/ behaviour in the past, you will be able to do that in the future as well. So during a behaviour based interview, employers try to understand if you have previously displayed the qualities/behaviour that is required for high performance on the job in question. They do so by asking for real life examples/situations from your past, such as "Can you tell me of a time when you exhibited leadership skills."

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