The Step Wise Guide to an Awesome Cover Letter

You have a resume and you know you now need to get a cover letter. It is a common fact that people assume cover letter to be a formality and hence pen down a random document to submit. This is one of the greatest job search mistake that as a job seeker you could do. Cover letters are important. In fact there are number of recruiters who do not even look at your well formatted CV if it is not supported by a well formatted cover letter....

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7 Ways For Students To Become Instantly Employable

For students who will soon graduate, the post-university job market is a place more frightening than the burning gates of hell. There’s not a day goes by that we’re not met with another recession-driven, scare mongering news headline about unemployment rates and decreasing job opportunities. It’s enough to make you want to curl into the tiny, uncomfortable bed in your university halls and live there forever. Trying...

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Out of College into the real world for newbies

November may sound like too early in the school year to be thinking about where you’ll go to take a job after graduation. However, Dan Schawbel, the founder of Millennial Branding (a leading research and consulting firm that focuses on Millennials or Generation Y, aged 18-29) believes that students need to focus on their future as early as now.  In truth, students should take action as early as high school, if they want to...

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Top Paying Side Jobs

When it comes to money, a little extra is never a bad thing! Discover which side jobs are the easiest to fit into your schedule and boost your earning potential. Infographic provided by All Finance Tax.

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Life After College: Graduate Employment 2015

More than four in five 2015 college graduates expect to earn $25,000 / €22,800 or more a year, but only two in five 2014 college graduates earned $25,000 / €22,800 or less a year. Only fifteen percent of college graduates want to work for large companies and twenty-seven percent consider social networking the best way to get a job. Eight in ten 2015 college graduates expect formal training from their first employer, but...

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