Category: Resumes

Brushing up on your soft skills
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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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Managing mental health during a job search
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Losing your job at any stage of your life is a stressful, upsetting experience. Whether it’s due to the current health crisis, or to a range of other potential factors, there are many things you can do to protect your mental wellbeing. Before we get into it, it’s important to…
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The 3 Things you MUST have in order to secure an interview… besides a Resume
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When you are selling yourself on paper into a role, it’s not easy. Writing something about yourself that is powerful, persuasive and intriguing isn’t for the faint-hearted. Hearing Crickets back from applications is extremely disheartening but most people look at the Resume as being the problem. But today I wanted…
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Selection Criteria VS Cover Letters
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Selection Criteria VS. Cover Letters – there is a difference For potential candidates that are sourcing a role in one of the government sectors, Selection Criteria is something you may need to answer. Depending on how well you address each of these could depend on whether you gain an interview…
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