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Category: Job Searching

Doing what you love – advice from a career coach!
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“Do the job you love, not the one you can do”. That’s our mantra at KLCC. We believe it wholeheartedly and we help people achieve it every day. Sounds too good to be true? It’s not, but you also need to put in the work. This is some of the…
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Landing a job during a pandemic – 5 hot tips!
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According to LinkedIn, there has been a 25% increase of people changing jobs since before the pandemic. While many of these changes will have happened due to redundancies, it is also a proof of a forever-moving job market. It does not stand still, despite current world events, and neither should…
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What is ‘career’ to you?
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Your dream career, what does it look like? How do you want to grow in your career? How will you know you’re on the right track? Does your career path have a finish line? How you answer this type of questions will always be unique to you, as we all…
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Job applications COVID
Putting off job applications until COVID passes? Do this instead!
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Have you been thinking of a career change for a while but feel discouraged by what the world and the job market currently looks like? Or maybe you’re unemployed and waiting for the government to make decisions or holding off job searching until there are “more jobs” to go for?…
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Job vs career
Job vs Career – What’s the difference?
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Yes, a job and a career are different and it’s important that as a job seeker, you understand the difference. Regular KLCC followers and previous clients will know that we are really passionate about defining this difference and why. If this is news to you, I’m so glad you’re here!…
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soft skills in job search
Brushing up on your soft skills
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  • Resumes ·
Soft skills are more important than hard skills. There, I said it. Showing your future employer who you are, what you value, and why your personal qualities matter is more important than the experience you have. If you’re trying to move up in your current company, or are looking to…
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Knowing when to move on from a job
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Ever had a ‘feeling’ you should probably move on from your job but been too worried to do anything about it? This kind of job stress can be detrimental to your mental health, as well as your job outlook and performance. Of course, we don’t all have the luxury of…
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Manners Matter
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In all aspects of our lives, but particularly when job seeking, the power of good manners should never be overlooked. A simple “thank you” following an interview may just be your winning ticket. While this is not a complex topic, I still think it is an important topic of conversation,…
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consider before a career change
Things to consider before trying out a career change
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Are you thinking it might be time for something new? Most people undergo several career changes in their lifetime. In fact, it’s becoming more and more uncommon to find someone who’s been in the one job their whole career. So you can take solace in knowing you’re not alone in…
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how to find Graduate Jobs
How to Find Graduate Jobs
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Whether you’re just starting your tertiary journey, are graduating soon, or have recently completed your studies, the idea of finding a career job using these new skills can be so daunting! And it doesn’t matter if you’re graduating from university, TAFE, an online diploma course, or even from school! Age…
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