In a world where resumes are usually sent in electronic form and often stored in databases, keywords are becoming an increasingly important tool that every job seeker should know about, and know how to use effectively.
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When you are putting a job application together, make sure you choose your referees carefully because they could make or break your chances of success.
More and more, job applications are being sent to prospective employers by email. Here are some things you can do to stand out from the job-hunting hordes.
For jobs in digital media and the visual realm, like film, television, animation and games development, you will probably be asked to submit a showreel as part of your application. Here\'s some advice on putting it together.
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The Deloitte Millennial Survey is out and the message is clear: business is below expectations when it comes to social impact. We speak to some social enterprisers who are successfully driving profits with purpose.
An amazing resume scores an interview - a bad one ends up in the 'No' pile. Check out our resume checklist for the 6 essential things your resume needs to land you a callback.
Building rapport through small talk with your interviewer can give you the edge over other candidates - but not if you talk about topics like the weather. Get prepared with some interesting interview conversation starters, what to talk about and what to avoid!
If you've got big dreams for your career, one of the best things you can do to get ahead is study! Whether it’s going back to uni, completing a short course or attending a seminar, those at the top of their fields are always upskilling and never stop learning.
Think you are too old to go back and study? Think again! Deciding to study as a mature age student has so many benefits and is more accessible than you think.
So you think you’ve got good communication skills? Well, you wouldn’t be alone.
Nic is responsible for developing and managing equity and diversity projects for regional University, CSU. Read his inspiring story and how he overcame his own mental health and identity issues to go on help and inspire many others.
Becoming a chef was never on the childhood career plan for Bill, but he taught himself to cook through reading, eating and experimenting.