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Designed specifically for recent college graduates, this free guide offers you insight into the different types of resumes, how to craft your resume, and new changes in the way resumes are being written.
Recent graduates tend to have the most problems with their cover letters. This is mostly due to inexperience with cover letter writing. We show you how to get it right and which mistakes you should avoid so you can create a great cover letter. It’s a skill!
Asking really good questions in a job interview is just as important as answering the interviewers question really well. You also need to ask different questions at the first and second interviews. See our list of the best 20 questions you should ask and work out which ones suit your interview best.
Recruiters and HR managers are incredibly busy and they receive hundreds of resumes every week. You have very limited time to grab their attention, and even less to get them interested in you. Your goal with your resume is to ensure that everything they read draws in their attention. It is with that in mind that we will discuss a little known resume killer – the cliché.
Asking questions in a job interview is very important, but they need to all be good questions. In this guide, we will go over some of the worst questions you can ask at your job interview – questions that may seem like they are perfectly acceptable, but will actually work against you in getting the job.
There is a difference between having a well read resume and having a resume that actually is “good.” When you write your resume, your goal is for your resume to be excellent. Ideally, you want to make sure that your resume stands out from the pack for all of the right reasons, and does not draw any negative attention. In this guide, we will discuss words you should avoid when writing your resume, common mistakes you shouldn’t make, and what you need to do to make your resume better.
- How to Dress for Your Interview (2.4mb)
Employers make a lot of their decisions based on their first impressions. How you appear to them is important. You want to look professional. You want to look ready for the job. But should you always wear a suit or should you dress for the job? We look at this and many more issues in our eBook because how you dress for the interview is important to your job interview chances.