It’s a fantastic achievement when you’ve applied for a job, to get an interview. They’ve assessed your application and think that you could potentially be a good fit for the role, and have the right skills, experience and qualifications. However, the hard work doesn’t stop there. Next is the interview. They’ll undoubtedly be interviewing other candidates who will have similar skills, qualifications and experience to you. This means that you need to perform well and sell yourself in the interview. We take a look at some simple ways that you can do just that.
Writing a CV can be an incredibly stressful task if you’re not sure what you are doing. However, the fact is, with a little knowledge, writing a CV can actually be quite simple and even enjoyable. Why? Because it’s the document that will be vital in securing you interviews and eventually the job that you want. Writing a CV really gives you the chance to take stock of your career and look forward with confidence.
When planning the next move in your career, you shouldn’t just be randomly applying for jobs that you think you’d like to do. You need to have a plan and a goal that you can work towards. We take a look at some questions you should ask yourself before making your next move.