Top Ten Tips For How to Ace a Job Interview

Well done, if you have suitably impressed with your resume/CV and cover letter, you have made it to the interview stage. The worst possible approach to take now is one of complacency. Preparation is required and due diligence is expected every single time. Research the company and the person who will be interviewing you Allow

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Top Ten Tips For Creating a Killer Resume

Your resume or CV is your calling card. It should encapsulate as much information about you as possible, not through being overly verbose but by being tightly worded and extremely clear. Recruiters and hiring managers, in Hong Kong and all over the world, get thousands of resumes a day. You need yours to stand out

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How to Develop a Sustainable Career Path

A good job is a moving target. Even when you get hired, industry demands and company dynamics can change, meaning you have to keep improving your skills and adding to your industry knowledge. Adding to your professional qualifications is critical to developing a sustainable career path. Whether you learn a new language, a technical skill

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How to Sell Yourself to Get a New Job

When you apply for a job or are asked for an interview, take a step back and think about all the skills you have that make you right for a particular job. you need to apply basic sales principles to position or ‘sell yourself’ correctly. 1. Know your strengths Make a list of your strengths

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Interview Follow-up Checklist

Send a Thank You Email Ideally within 24 hours of the interview taking place. If the hiring manager didn’t give you their business card or email, either ask the headhunter who put you forward or go online to their LinkedIn account to ask them for their email address.  I have had hiring managers automatically reject

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