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6 steps to a successful phone interview

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It’s impossible to predict every question an interviewer will ask you, but if you prepare for some of the common ones, you’ll feel more confident and less tongue tied. Here are some of the more common questions an interviewer might ask.

Posting your resume online for a better chance

Posted by MAX Solutions

Many jobs are advertised online on job board sites such as SEEK and CareerOne. Each day new jobs are added and you can apply for them through the site. This is a fine way to go about things but there can be a lot of competition for these advertised roles. If you want to increase your chances for job success, you can go one step further: upload your resume so that employers can find you.

Sprucing up your cover letter

Posted by MAX Solutions

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. 

Relaunching your career after a break

Posted by MAX Solutions

There are many reasons why you may have taken a career break. You may be caring for young children, an elderly family member, or someone else requiring a bit of extra help. Or perhaps you’ve travelled recently, spent some time living abroad, or simply stepped away for a while to work out what you’re really keen to do.

5 reasons your resume was ignored

Posted by MAX Solutions

With competition for jobs so fierce these days, job searching can be challenging. To find a job, it’s more important than ever to understand what potential employers are looking for and what will discourage them. Here are some reasons you might not be getting an interview:

Breaking through the job ad jargon

Posted by MAX Solutions

When an employer is writing a job ad, they will often use certain words and phrases to describe the position. It’s important to understand these terms so you know what the employer is looking for and can tailor your application accordingly. Here are a few examples of some common phrases used and what they mean:

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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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