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Getting your application past recruiters

Posted by MAX Solutions

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.

Tweeting your way to a job

Posted by MAX Solutions

Twitter is a great platform to connect with people and make new connections outside of your current circle. It can also be a useful job seeking tool, helping you to find jobs and allowing potential employers to find you.

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.

Making the right first impression

Posted by MAX Solutions

It can take just three seconds for someone to form a first impression about you and, as a job seeker, you rarely get a chance to make a second one. Whether you are going for an interview or it’s your first day at a new job, there are things you can do to ensure you start off on the right foot.

Tackling procrastination: removing time wasters

Posted by MAX Solutions

When we procrastinate, we put off important tasks until a later time. We’ll often choose to do less essential activities (usually more enjoyable) instead of the more important ones. 

What to wear to an interview

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If you want to make a good impression at an interview, it’s important to dress well – not doing so might show a lack of care or enthusiasm for the job. Here are some basic tips to keep in mind when dressing for a job interview.

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What to wear to an interview

If you want to make a good impression at an interview, it’s important to dress well – not doing so might show a lack of care or enthusiasm for the job. Here are some basic tips to keep in mind when dressing for a job interview.

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