The chances are the next time you apply for a job algorithms will be screening your application:
Here are some of the less obvious social media mistakes that jobseekers make:
Do you have an interview coming up? Here's how to make sure you leave a great last impression with your interviewer:
Make sure that you don't stumble over this seemingly easy interview question:
What goes through the mind of a recruiter? And how can you use this to increase your chances of getting into the recruiter's 'yes' pile?
What are the worst questions to ask your potential colleagues during an interview, and what should you ask instead?
Have you ever wanted an opportunity so much, that during your interview , you ended up listing every single reason why you were the most suitable candidate for the job?
It’s important that the language you use isn’t too clichéd. If it is, you run the risk of diluting or downplaying the unique skills and experience you have to offer:
Your telephone interview performance will likely dictate whether or not you are invited in for an interview or in some cases, offered the job:
A deceptively difficult question to answer in an interview, here's how to impress your interviewer with your answer: