#sydneyselectioncriteriawriter ClientCentric is Australia’s premier key selection criteria writer. If you’re looking for a reputable selection criteria writing business in Sydney that can help address the key selection criteria for you, look no further then the team at ClientCentric Executive Employment Solutions. Who are ClientCentric? ClientCentric (www.clientcentric.com.au) is a leading bespoke professional employment services firm, … Continue reading Looking for an EXCEPTIONAL selection criteria writer in Sydney?
B2B copywriting means that businesses are providing copywriting services to other businesses. A business approaches another business, hence why it’s B2B and provides services to that business. In contrast, a B2C relationship means that a business is providing professionals goods and/or services to an individual.
Australian employment service company, Client Centric, (www.clientcentric.com.au) now has an official YouTube account presented by me, your host. I welcome you to subscribe and enjoy my videos touching on a range of topics related to work and employment. Below is the introductory video:
Starting a new job can be very exciting. Made even more exciting when it’s your first job. You’ll be earning money, learning a new skill, gaining new experience and be part of the workforce. How thrilling that will be. But first, you’ll need to secure your first job. And to achieve that, requires you to … Continue reading How To Write a Resume for a First Job
Getting to the interview stage is always half the battle. But how can you tell if you may have landed the job? Matthew discussed his top 10 signs that signal… — Read on m.youtube.com/watch
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, follow instructions and work as a member of a team. This is a common key selection criterion used by employers to ascertain a candidate’s ability to work effectively as a collaborative team player. When writing your selection criteria response, here are a few suggestions to keep in mind: Essentially, the … Continue reading How to respond to the selection criterion: Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, follow instructions and work as a member of a team.
As an experienced employment services professional, I get asked this question quite a lot. And for good reason. People want to know if their resume will be a one-fits-all when it comes to applying for jobs. Writing a great CV that’s properly tailored and thoroughly written takes time and effort. Some people pay for professional … Continue reading How Many Different CVs Should Every Person Have?
Most people are drawn to the idea of working in Government. They feel that jobs in the public service sector are cruise, easy to do and once you’re in a Government job, you’re in it for life. But is that so? To a certain degree. Yes, jobs in Government tend to be more ‘secure’ and … Continue reading Are Government Jobs Really That Secure?
Each year, millions of people make an internal shift, reaching a point where they are ready to explore a new career. For some, this transition means leaving the workforce to go back to school to develop a new skill set. Whether you want to change career, a military veteran or a parent returning to the … Continue reading Are You Wanting To Make a Career Transition?
ClientCentric, an Australian professional writing agency for job seekers, recently published an interview entitled: “10 Signs You May Have Landed That Job”. In this article, I will be discussing about these excellent signals and why it’s important for job seekers to be positive after their job interview especially if they are nervous. Submitting a professionally … Continue reading The Telltale Signs You’ve DONE WELL After a Job Interview
I suggest refraining from including a photo of yourself in your CV. Unless it’s something that’s requested of you as part of your job application and it’s absolutely essential for the role requirements, then include a photo of yourself. Related article: Should I include a photo of myself in my resume? Some jobs in fashion, modelling, … Continue reading Should You Include a Photo in Your CV?
A cover letter is an essential part of any job application. It’s your chance to prove to the employer why you feel that you would be an excellent fit for the role. The team at Client Centric, one of Australia’s best cover letter writing service in Australia, believe that it’s essential every application includes both … Continue reading How To Address Selection Criteria in a Cover Letter Format
As a professional CV writer based in Australia, I get asked this question all the time. I come across many people who want to know whether they should include their job references in their CV or leave them out. Good question indeed. RELATED ARTICLE: What if I don’t want a recruiter to contact a reference … Continue reading Should You Put Your Employment References As “Available Upon Request”?
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Are you wondering whether to hire a civil or structural engineer? Actually, you’ll need both of them! They work together at a construction site, although they have very different roles. While the job of a civil engineer is to do the planning and designing, the structural engineer needs to…
There are no set rules about writing a great resume except to make it easier for the employer to read; there are some clear guidelines for writing an effective resume. Here are some basic rules when writing a CV. Do Make the job of the reader as easy as possible. Potential employers are busy people; … Continue reading Essential CV Rules Every Graduate MUST KNOW
Common reasons for not getting job interviews include not “tailoring” your resume correctly, having a resume that’s longer than it should be for your experience and many other reasons. There are eight common reasons why you are not getting calls for interviews, so we’ll look at all of them in this article. 1. You’re relying … Continue reading 8 SECRET REASONS Why You’re Not Getting a Job Interview
If you’re looking for an excellent resume writing service in Melbourne, then most likely you’ve come across many different businesses that provide this service and say that they’ll write for you a stand-out CV, and how great they are and so forth. It can undoubtedly be overwhelming for people in Melbourne to find a cost-effective … Continue reading How to Find the Best Resume Writing Help in Melbourne
When writing excellent key selection criteria responses, to do it properly, there are some simple steps to follow. Use good examples. First and foremost, you want to make sure that you have one or two good examples that you can include in your response. The example/s must be relevant, solid and concise. Don’t waffle on, … Continue reading How to do a Key Selection Criteria Response the Proper Way
Today, job seekers all over the world face unprecedented levels of competition in the jobs market. Some areas more so than others. However, I have observed six challenges that job seekers commonly have to contend with. 1. Not being given feedback from an employer as to why their application was unsuccessful. I wish employers would … Continue reading 6 Challenges with Job Hunting
Would you like to secure work in 2021? After a turbulent year in 2020, many people have lost their jobs and so will be seeking work this year. If that is your case, I would like put forward a few suggestions that you make like to consider. This guide is by no means comprehensive. It’s … Continue reading Getting A Job In 2021: A Career Expert’s Practical Guide
This article discusses many of the common challenges that job seekers face today when job searching.
This article discusses exactly what a de-militarised CV is and why you need one when applying for a job in the civilian workplace.
This article discusses what is needed to make a capability statement visually appealing for clients.
This article discusses 5 of the most commonly-used key selection criteria by many employers in Australia.
Have you ever heard a graduate say to you that they don’t want to get noticed by an employer? That’s right, never. If they searching for work, then every graduate will want to get noticed by a prospective employer. They want to be heard and known. They want to stand out in an ultra-competitive world … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Some Graduates Don’t Always Get Noticed By Employers
This article discusses the top 10 skills that every salesperson should include in their CV to make sure it’s as effective and relevant as possible.
The first part of any LinkedInTM profile is the career summary. It’s what most people with first read when they click on a link to view someone’s profile. Because it’s the first thing that they see, it makes sense to write a summary about yourself that is impressive, concise and straight to the point. The … Continue reading 5 Tips to Write a Great Summary on your LinkedIn Profile
This article discuss whether or not a two-page capability statement is sufficient to send.
This article explains ways you can demonstrate good analytical skills in an interview setting.
If you’re in the market for a company to write your CV, provide you with interview coaching or address selection criteria, give Client Centric a go. Here’s why.
This article discusses how long your cover letter should be.
NEWS UPDATE: Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions are now offering two new services to their portfolio of assistance for job seekers: writing letters of recommendation (for employers/employees) and resignation letters. Letter of Recommendation Writing Letters to recommend a candidate for future employment by outlining their past job performance, capabilities, skills and value, including their attributes, … Continue reading Introducing two new services by Client Centric: Letter of Recommendation Writing and Resignation Letter Writing
Client Centric specialises in providing tailored employment solutions and assistance to Australian Defence members and their partners through the Partner Employment Assistance Program (PEAP). Our assistance for Defence members includes a demilitarised CV to apply for work in the civilian workforce and assistance for Defence partners needing help securing work after relocating for their partner’s … Continue reading Employment Solutions for Defence Members and their Partners by Client Centric
Explanation as to what a capability statement is.
It’s important more than ever to stand out from other candidates vying for the same job. Which is why having your resume and cover letter professionally written will make a huge difference. This article by Matthew Coppola will discuss.
What is key selection criteria? We have the answer.
You hear it regularly on the news. Job losses in the thousands. People being made redundant from organisations trying to downsize and go leaner to cut costs to better weather a harsh and multifaceted economic climate. Today, the news seems to form a large part of our life, grabbing our attention more than ever it … Continue reading Why it Matters More than Ever to Stand Out from Other Applicants
Helpful tips that you may like to consider in preparing to return back to the office after working from home for an extended period.
Is it okay to mention money in an interview setting? Let’s find out.
You’ve probably heard the term ‘buyers remorse’. I personally get it all the time, especially when it comes to making big purchases like a car, electronics or furniture. What size font is best suited to a resume? By Matthew Coppola I buy the item at 25% off, only to see it on sale the next … Continue reading Dealing With The Feeling Of Regret About Your New Job – Jobseeker Remorse
Finding a new job can be a challenging and frustrating experience; however you can make it easier for yourself when you use proactive strategies. The below tips are applicable for all job seekers, both new to the job market and those with many years’ experience. Here are some of my best tips for finding a … Continue reading Tips on finding a new job, by Matthew Coppola
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[14th May 2020 update – article has been adjusted for greater accuracy] According to the City of Townsville, Townsville is the largest city in Northern Australia, renowned as the gateway to mining and agricultural regions. At the time of writing this article (May 2020), some reports say that the coronavirus pandemic has had a serious impact … Continue reading What’s It Like To Find Work In Townsville, Queensland?
Is it okay to send a follow-up email after a job interview? This article will discuss why it’s a good idea and why.
Insight into what makes a great response to selection criteria, by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions
You’ve come across a position that you’re quite interested in, and they ask you to address a set of key selection criteria. That’s all good and well. But there’s just one problem. You don’t have enough relevant working examples to demonstrate your competence in meeting some or all of the criteria. So, faced with this … Continue reading When You Don’t Have An Example To Use In Addressing Selection Criteria
Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, an Australian-based professional job seeker services firm, recently published an article entitled: “Why Employers Don’t Always Respond To Unsuccessful Job Applications?”. A good question to ask indeed. If you’re frustrated that you didn’t hear back from an employer after submitting a job application, you’re not alone. More often than not, job … Continue reading Frustrated You Didn’t Hear From Back From an Employer? You’re Not Alone.
Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, an Australian-based, online employment services business recently published a great article entitled “How To Deal With Challenges Around Working From Home” published today, the 29th April 2020. Many professionals are finding themselves working from home due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, which has seen many households turn into functioning home offices. In the … Continue reading Practical Suggestions To Work More Effectively From Home
I read an interesting article by the Gold Coast Bulletin entitled: ‘Debt, savings to help Qld economy recover’ written by Robyn Wuth from the Australian Associated Press. In the article, it mentions how Treasurer Jackie Trad commented that the economic shock from the Covid-19 virus is nothing like they have seen before. The article also … Continue reading A recovering Queensland state: Being hopeful for an economy to bounce back with jobs growth.
Most will agree that the jobs market in Canberra is tough. You could be pondering on what you can do to prepare for entering the workforce or even make a career change. I suggest that you start by searching for what jobs are currently available and what future jobs will be available. A great article … Continue reading How to prepare for entering the difficult job market in Canberra.
Melbourne’s job market is definitely challenging without any question. You may be asking yourself what you can do to prepare to enter such a challenging workforce or make a career change in this kind of job market. Look at what jobs are available now and will be available in the future. This will help you … Continue reading Preparing to enter into a challenging job market in Melbourne.
The jobs market in Perth at the moment without a doubt is tough, especially given the present Covid-19 situation. You may be thinking about what you can do to prepare yourself to get back into the workforce or change careers. Start by looking at what roles are currently available and future roles that will become … Continue reading Preparing yourself now to get back into the workforce in Perth after Covid-19.
There is no question that many will agree that the jobs market in Sydney is challenging, especially given the current Covid-19 situation. You may be thinking about how you can prepare yourself to re-join the workforce or make a career change. I suggest beginning with looking at jobs that are currently available and jobs that … Continue reading Coping with a challenging jobs market in Sydney: What you need to know!
No doubt many will agree that the jobs market in Brisbane is tight, especially given the current Covid-19 climate. But what about post-COVID-19. You may be wondering what you can do now to prepare yourself to re-enter the workforce or even make a career change. Firstly, I suggest looking at what jobs are available now … Continue reading Ways you can prepare yourself now to enter the workforce in Brisbane post Covid-19, by Matthew Coppola
Mention this article for a $AU10.00 discount off any package purchased by Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions – visit http://www.clientcentric.com.au/individual-pricing This particular selection criterion is asking for you to prove that you can speak and write at a high level and that you can engage well with others at an interpersonal level. Related article: Dealing … Continue reading A high level of verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
This particular selection criterion is asking about your experience engaging with community organisations, as well as other stakeholders relevant to the community sector and who you collaborated, or worked closely with, on meeting the needs of your clients. If you would like help with addressing this selection criterion, then contact the team at Client Centric … Continue reading Experience liaising with community organisations and other key stakeholders to collaborate on the clients’ needs.
There’s a saying “It’s good to keep your options open” and how true that is, especially when it comes to searching and applying for suitable employment. Some job seekers opt to have a collection of different CVs that they can use in applying for work, and there are many reputable professional resume writers that can … Continue reading Why have a collection of CVs/resumes as opposed to having just the one CV? By Matthew Coppola
So you are looking for work and find the perfect job—precisely the type of role you want to do and take the next step in your career. You may start to visualise yourself in the position, imagine the pride and joy that you will have and can share with your family and close friends. It’s … Continue reading Coping with rejections from unsuccessful job applications, by Matthew Coppola
You may feel that your resume is too long, messy and unstructured, but you want to keep all the information because you think that you have a lot to offer and employers should know this. An option is trying to shorten sentences in your responsibilities and experience by either removing unnecessary information or re-writing the … Continue reading How to condense your resume, by Matthew Coppola
My suggestion is to allocate a version number to each CV. So, you could put v1, v2 and so forth. Just make sure that depending on the job you apply for, you use the right CV. The other option is that you put a profession title at the end of the file name. So, for … Continue reading What name should I give to each CV I create?
Do you need to address a set of key selection criteria for a specific role? Contact the team at Client Centric, the specialists in writing selection criteria. For many, addressing key selection criteria is already a challenge enough in itself. Writing out lengthy responses to secure an interview and be considered for the role does … Continue reading Dealing with uninformative job descriptions when addressing selection criteria, by Matthew Coppola
Interested in having your resume and cover letter professionally written by the experts? Contact the team at Client Centric today! Are you faced with the challenge of looking for work online in a jobs market that littered with so many job search websites?. You must feel overwhelmed! Well, good news, you’re not alone! Many job … Continue reading What can I do when there are so many places online to find work? By Matthew Coppola
Keep calm and get your capability statement professionally revamped by the professionals. Client Centric can professionally design your company’s capability statement to help market and promote your full range of services or products to use in tendering for new business or as marketing material for prospective customers. Please visit the following page for more information: … Continue reading Snapshot about the capability statement writing and design service offered by Client Centric
Keep calm and help your staff transition smoothly on to new employment with the help of Client Centric. Client Centric assist companies letting go of staff by writing for the employees a new CV and covering letter along with providing them interview skills coaching to ease the transition on to other employment. Please visit the … Continue reading Snapshot about the outplacement services offered by Client Centric
Keep calm and take the stress out of having to respond to key selection criteria by seeking out assistance from the selection criteria writing experts at Client Centric. Client Centric can professionally address each of the key selection criteria for a position that you are interested in. They include examples, along with incorporating information from … Continue reading Snapshot about the key selection criteria writing service offered by Client Centric
Keep calm by preparing for your next interview by receiving interview coaching from the experts. Client Centric provide interview skills coaching to individuals seeking assistance in being able to market and promote themselves during an interview as well as be able to answer questions confidently and assertively. Please visit the following page for more information: … Continue reading Snapshot about the Interview Skills Coaching service offered by Client Centric
Keep calm and get your LinkedInTM profile professionally revamped by the experts. The team at Client Centric can create for you a professional online profile to include all your key skills, achievements, employment history and education that you have obtained for a complete profile, along with a selling summary to capture the reader’s attention. Please … Continue reading Snapshot about the LinkedInTM profile writing services offered by Client Centric
Keep calm and get your resume professionally written by the experts. Allow Client Centric to create you a professionally written CV and Covering Letter to market your skills and experience more effectively to the line of work you are seeking. Their CV’s are structured and written in a manner to be easy to read and … Continue reading Snapshot about the CV and cover letter writing services offered by Client Centric
Do you reside in Los Angeles, CV and are looking to have your resume and cover letter professionally written by the experts? You’ve come to the right place. Client Centric provide a comprehensive service where we will write for you a professionally written and tailored CV and cover letter that is designed to market and … Continue reading Professional CV and cover letter writing service, Los Angeles, California
Are you actively applying for jobs or interested in moving on to new employment? Client Centric is pleased to offer a professional resume and cover letter writing service for clients based in Chicago, Illinois. Service delivered primarily by email contact. Your resume and cover letter are the most important tools that you have to get noticed … Continue reading Professional CV Writing Service, Chicago Illinois
The length of time to find a job can vary considerably. Many factors are at play. Some people secure a job days after first submitting their application for a position. Others, it may take weeks or months to secure employment. Factors such as: – the economic climate; – availability of jobs; – competition from other … Continue reading How long can it take to secure an interview?
So, you have lost your job or are about to lose your job. What can you do? First and foremost is not to panic and prepare to start actively applying and tailoring your resume and cover letter to positions. Carefully consider your skills and experience. Open up your options to jobs that you can do … Continue reading I no longer have a job. What should I do now?
Okay, so there has been much talk circulating about an impending recession for 2020. Whatever the case may be, you may be wondering what you can do to prepare now. Here are 5 ways I believe can help an individual prepare for a recession in case they lose their job: Get your resume and cover … Continue reading The recession of 2020? Top 5 ways you can prepare yourself now!
With a career change, you will need a cover letter to go with your revamped resume, as your resume may not have the relevant experience a hiring manager is looking for. It’s essential to make the most of your cover letter as an opportunity to demonstrate why you are a good fit despite lacking the specific … Continue reading Writing a cover letter for a career change
It’s 2020, and since the start of the year, there has been much talk about a looming recession. It’s been decades since Australia faced a significant recessionary period and so many have genuine reasons for concern. First and foremost on most people’s minds are their jobs. Job security is crucial for living and getting by … Continue reading Securing work during a recession: what you need to know.
A capability statement is a business document that outlines the capabilities, expertise and resources of a company, and why do business with them. Capability statements are used by companies of all sizes. Whether you are submitting one as part of a tender or would like to have a statement on hand for business meetings and … Continue reading Capability statements offered by Client Centric. What they do and what is involved.
A capability statement is a professional document that companies may at times use to submit alongside a tender or as part of a business proposal. Essentially, the statement works to outline to a prospective client why they should do business with you, what distinguishes you from the competition and what capabilities you have to offer … Continue reading Need a capability statement? Talk to the professionals at Client Centric
It’s that time of the year. December 2019. Right before another year ticks over. You may start wondering whether you want to continue working for the same employer for another year, or start fresh in a new job. Perhaps for change of scenery, better pay, more interesting and varied work, or maybe the job you’re … Continue reading New year, new job?
Employers really appreciate it when job seekers put effort into their job application because it shows initiative, attention to detail and commitment on the job seeker’s part in trying to make an impression and show that they want the job and want to prove it. To put effort effort in your application means that you … Continue reading Why are employers impressed when candidates put effort in their job application? By Matthew Coppola
Occasionally a job advertisement will not mention a contact person. It may just ask for you to submit your resume and cover letter for consideration. So, what can you do in this instance? One option is to call the company advertising for the role and ask who is the best person to attention your application … Continue reading What if I don’t know who to address the cover letter to? By Matthew Coppola
It can sure get tough finding a job. We want the right job, but often is the case we settle for anything just to be employed. I don’t see anything wrong with that. It can certainly look good on a resume as opposed to a lengthy unemployed history, and it also helps to keep us … Continue reading How to stay motivated and positive despite set backs in securing work, by Matthew Coppola
Geelong is indeed a beautiful town southwest of Victoria, well known for its Art Deco boardwalk, colourful sculptures and a rich history. There are many and varied jobs available in Geelong, from a wide range of industries and sectors to work in. Finding a job in Geelong can at times be challenging. However, the team … Continue reading Client Centric: The specialists in writing resumes and cover letters for clients looking for work in Geelong, Victoria.
The team at Client Centric have considerable experience in addressing key selection criteria. They know how to write tailored responses that capture the readers attention, relate to the position and align the individual’s experience with the job description. From administration to government, to education and healthcare – they have assisted clients at all levels put … Continue reading Client Centric: The Professional Key Selection Criteria Writers.
#etiquette #etiquettetraining #etiquettespecialist I recently chatted with Elizabeth Soos, consultant and principal of Auersmont School of Etiquette. Auersmont is a boutique etiquette consultancy firm that provides professional advice and expert knowledge in the world of etiquette, social conventions and good manners. Prestigious British etiquette educators, Emma Dupont in London and Paris and Shanghai-based etiquette and … Continue reading Australia’s specialist in etiquette training: Auersmont School of Etiquette
Client Centric offer a range of marketing services for companies. These include: Capability statements Brochures Presentation folders Meeting slides The range of marketing services offered by Client Centric are aimed about helping businesses of all sizes to present and highlight their services and/or products in an attractive, presentable and engaging format, both in print and … Continue reading About marketing services offered by Client Centric
What do you look for in a job? Asking this question provides the interviewer with insight and understanding of what it is that you are after in a job and what is going to motivate you to stay and put forth your best effort. By finding out what you look for in a job, the … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “What do you look for in a job?” By Matthew Coppola
What made you apply for this role? With this question, the interviewer is trying to determine your reasons for applying and what exactly drew you to the position they have advertised. In responding to this question, my suggestion is to talk about the role, what really interests you and why the role meets your search … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “What made you apply for this role” By Matthew Coppola
How well do you handle stress? Stress in the workplace is unavoidable. By definition, it’s that emotional strain and pressure that comes with demanding circumstances. We may feel pressured at times, but being stressed at work is the next level, and it’s not nice to go through. The interviewer is just trying to ascertain what … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “How well do you handle stress?” By Matthew Coppola
How would your peers describe you? Asking this question to an interviewee provides the employer with an insight from the candidate’s perspective on how their friends and peers see them, providing some kind of indication on what kind of person they are and what they will be like in the workplace. When trying to find … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “How would your peers describe you?” By Matthew Coppola
What is your best accomplishment to date? This is a question asked by an interviewer to find out something in your career thus far that you are most proud of and an achievement that can show the kind of person you are in the workplace. Indeed, an individual’s achievements say much about who they are. … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “What is your best accomplishment to date?” By Matthew Coppola
Why are you leaving your current position? There are many reasons why someone would leave their job. They may have been made redundant, left for personal reasons or lost their job either for performance reasons or did not pass the probation period. Whatever the reason is (There could be so many reasons) this question usually … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “Why are you leaving your current position?” By Matthew Coppola
Why do you want this job? Fairly straight forward question, right? For most people, the real reason why they want the job may not be exactly what they decide is appropriate in the interview to say. How so? Some of the real reasons for wanting the job are: Unemployed – need to pay the bills … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “Why do you want this job?” By Matthew Coppola
#interviewnerves #nervousinterview #interview #jobinterview When conducting interview coaching, I am often asked by individuals about how they can deal with their nerves during a job interview. They feel that that they get so nervous and flustered, that they forget what to say, have a ‘mental blank’ and end up either saying something brief and short, … Continue reading Dealing with nerves during a job interview, by Matthew Coppola
Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions offers a special tailored and expert service for members of the Australian Defence Force needing help transitioning into the civilian workforce and require a demilitarised resume and cover letter. The range of tailored services that they offer to help individuals transition out of the army, navy or airforce include: Professionally Written CV/Resume … Continue reading About employment services from Client Centric for Defence Force members and their partners, by Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assist with addressing … Continue reading How many words should my responses be to the key selection criteria? By Matthew Coppola
The cover letter is equally as important as the resume. Although the CV summarises your skills, experience, education, personal details and references, the tailored cover letter takes the next step further to explain why you are suitable for a particular job. So, how many pages should the cover letter be? Unless the employer has stipulated … Continue reading How many pages should a cover letter be? By Matthew Coppola
So, you want to make sure that your resume can be easily read. What size font is best suited for a resume and cover letter? My suggestion is size 10 font for the CV, and either size 10 or size 11 font for the cover letter. Generally speaking, most job applications are viewed online, rather … Continue reading What size font is best suited to a resume? By Matthew Coppola
Many individuals going for a job interview worry about the other candidates who will be interviewed too – thinking about what their competition is. But there is a good reason for not worrying and thinking about the other candidates vying for the same position. With a small business, studies say to not worry about the … Continue reading Why we should never worry about candidates vying for the same job, by Matthew Coppola