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Carefully curated by our career advancement researcher and interviewer:
You’ve probably heard of Rishi Sunak’s latest plans to do “whatever it takes” to get the country through the COVID-19 crisis. Part of his approach to supporting the national economy is new Kickstart scheme aimed at helping young people under 25 years old into employment.
The quarantine has boosted LinkedIn’s popularity among both employers and job seekers which means that you can now get your message across to a wider audience.
As a job applicant, you want to engage your interviewers on both business and personal levels. If you’re being interviewed via video as opposed to face-to-face, establishing and maintaining a vibrant connection with the people on the other side of the screen can be especially challenging.
While a healthy lifestyle provides an essential foundation for maintaining productivity, mental strategies and tools are equally important in helping you to continuously excel at work. The following 5 habits are what every high-achieving employee must adopt and practice consistently.
Creative and well-structured resumés do make a difference when it comes to getting noticed and landing the job you want.
Staying at home all day can be frustrating, to say the least, the lack of movement and real human interaction can take its toll on our mental well-being. In a time like that, it seems like we tend to over-communicate via instant-messaging apps, which results in a short attention span, inability to focus during work hours and finding it hard to relax during the off-work hours.
So, you want to have an awesome LinkedIn profile. One that spurs recruiters and hiring managers to take action and send you interview invites.
Things have changed during COVID-19 outbreak, with so many companies switching to remote working, a lot of people found themselves working from home for the first time.
Hundreds of job applications sent out and little to no replies: it's easy to lose self-confidence and feel discouraged when looking for a job. It’s time to boost your CV by adding a video.