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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
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?
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.
The jobs market in Sydney can certainly be fairly competitive, depending on the industry you are seeking employment in. But, if someone was searching for work in Sydney, how can they best apply for work?
Using casual, slang or relaxed/highly informal language in job applications may come across that your approach to your interactions with other professionals and even the way you view your potential boss as unprofessional and careless. It is imperative that you double check (if you have to triple check) your spelling, grammar and punctuation. As long … Continue reading Why it’s not okay to use overly casual and slang language in job applications, by Matthew Coppola
As your career progresses, you will most likely find that some of your experience is past ten years, and although it is valuable and vital to how you have developed as a professional, you may feel that it was quite a long time ago. You may feel you need to condense your resume, but if … Continue reading What should I do with older experience on my resume? By Matthew Coppola
It is entirely up to you. A good question to ask though is whether or not having colour in the resume makes that much of a difference in persuading/motivating/encouraging the employer or recruiter to shortlist you in for an interview. Can colour make a difference? That’s for you to decide. Personally, I prefer not to. … Continue reading Is it necessary to include colour in my resume? By Matthew Coppola
There are varying opinions that people will express about their view on what makes a good resume. The fundamentals are still there. A resume is a document which outlines the individual’s employment history, education details, references, qualities and competencies that they feel they have gained over the course of their working life or time during … Continue reading What makes a good resume? By Matthew Coppola