Meeting new people can be nerve wracking enough, but meeting strangers who are about to assess your capability at work is even more so. While some people are unaffected by nerves, most of us suffer from them to some degree, especially in high-pressure scenarios like job interviews. Whatever your reason for needing a new job, the whole process can be stressful. Of course, it can be exciting too, but there are certain to be some concerns as you work your way through the job hunting process. The biggest of these is navigating the interview.
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Being a graduate can greatly improve your job prospects, but with so much competition around, you need to put a job-hunting strategy in place to secure your dream role.
Understanding how to achieve your career goals can be a daunting prospect. While there is much help and advice available, it can be very difficult to know where you’re supposed to begin. Here you’ll find four key practical tips that you can use to start determining your very own career plan.
Social media is almost inescapable in today’s world, and is often regarded as your “digital face”. For job seekers, this can offer great opportunities for networking and even job offers, particularly through LinkedIn and Twitter, as well as for researching companies. However, there are a few social media mistakes to watch out for in order to keep your job prospects looking sunny. We’ve rounded up some of the most common below.
Salary is one of the most influential factors for accepting a job, or even pursuing a particular career. Knowing what salary you should be earning is vital to ensuring you’re getting paid what you’re worth, based on your individual skills and experience.
If your Building Services or Energy company is constantly on the look out for new talent, you know you’re on the right track, whether or not the search itself is a struggle. Organisations often need to look for new recruits in order to support an expansion or a new project.
If you’ve been in your current position for a few years, it can be easy to fall into thinking that a change of career would mean having to start on the bottom rung of the ladder.
Let’s face it. There’s nothing like returning from holiday to bring you back down to Earth with an almighty thud. Going back to work after a week or two chilling with family and friends can be particularly challenging, and mustering up the motivation to switch back into work mode can be difficult.
Passive candidates – those who are not currently applying or even looking for new positions – tend to be extremely talented, and incredibly difficult to sell a role to. Recruiting passive candidates is not an easy job but it can be very rewarding when you manage to recruit a high performing and sought-after individual for an important role.
It’s often said that choosing a career is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make. The right job will enthuse and inspire you, maximising your strengths and helping you live a happy and fulfilling life.