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What does your Facebook Profile say about you?

Posted by MAX Solutions

Many of us use social media sites in our personal lives for communicating and sharing. Yet some employers are now looking at the content on these sites to make professional hiring decisions.

Revisiting your resume

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If you’re not making it to the interview stage as often as you would like, it may be time to revisit your resume. Perhaps it’s not working as hard for you as it could be. Here are some things to consider: 

Emailing your job application to an employer

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Thanks to email and job sites, the job application process has become so convenient that employers can get hundreds of job applications for each vacancy. So how do you get noticed amongst the masses? Here are a few tips to help you stand out in the employer’s inbox.

How to cope with losing your job

Posted by MAX Solutions

If you’ve been retrenched before then you’ll understand it doesn’t just affect your wallet. The loss of a job can impact your health and wellbeing, as well as the relationships you have with your family and friends

Getting your application past recruiters

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Many companies don’t spend the money and time advertising new positions that become available – in fact, more than 60% of jobs aren’t advertised. That’s a huge number – a great pool of hidden opportunity.

Sprucing up your cover letter

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So you’ve found an advertisement for a job you’d like to apply for. You have all the skills and experience it requires. Now you just need to let the employer know through a well-written cover letter and you’re on your way to scoring an interview. 

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Sprucing up your cover letter

So you’ve found an advertisement for a job you’d like to apply for. You have all the skills and experience it requires. Now you just need to let the employer know through a well-written cover letter and you’re on your way to scoring an interview. 

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