If you’re on the hunt for a new job, having a top-notch resume is crucial. Your resume serves as your first impression to potential employers and can often determine whether or not you’ll be invited for an interview. With so many resources available for crafting a resume, it can be difficult to know where toContinue reading “Crafting the Perfect Resume: Guide to Creating a Standout CV from Scratch”
Statistics suggest that 91% of millennials expect to change jobs every 3 years and countless news outlets have dubbed the last 18 months (among other things) as the year of “the Great Resignation”.
You’ll hear the phrase “soft skills” thrown around a lot when looking to build your resume. It can be easy to throw in the words “motivated” and “organised” in your resume bio but taking the time to formally assess your soft skills is a vital part of the application process.
We know what it’s like. You’ve spent half an hour meticulously filling out an online application, tweaking your resume and researching every inch of a company’s website. Just before you go to hit that submit button, you notice another submission box – the cover letter.
You know the feeling – you’ve just navigated a tough job interview, answered their probing questions to the best of your ability and it’s finally wrapping up.