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How to deal with Layoffs on your Resume

Michael Davis is a career counselor with more than 25 years of experience in private practice. Here he gives TheEmployable 8 of his top tips on dealing with layoffs on your resume.. Thousands of workers are laid off each year. The good news is that a past blemish doesn’t have to ruin your future prospects. […]

How to write a CV – some top-tips on what your CV really says about you…

How to write a CV –  some top-tips on what your CV really says about you… If your CV is your shop window, then the obvious question is ‘what are you selling’ and ‘are your products on display?’ A little suggestive perhaps, but the truth is that as a recruiter, you spend no more than […]

Improve Your CV – Basic Top Tips

If you’ve been applying for jobs and have been struggling to get interviews or even hear back from employers or recruiters, then it would certainly be worthwhile taking a look at your CV and making some changes. Here are some basic tips on how to improve your CV that should help. Check the grammar and […]

An ‘insiders’ guide – Top complaints about Recruitment Agencies and what you can do about them…

In no particular order, these are all typical complaints, that applicants have with recruitment agencies.  With over 9 years commercial recruitment agency experience, this ‘insider’ gives you the inside point of view on how, as an applicant to then deal with the issues some of you have had… 1. You send in your CV or your […]

How to Answer “What Motivates You?” – TheEmployable Interview Tips

What Motivates you? Well starting thinking! During a job interview, many of the questions we are asked require us to be quite self analytical and our answers often reveal to the interviewer a lot more than we may at times realise. One such question which can do exactly that is when we are asked : “What […]

One in three British CVs contain a spelling error

Check this – almost one third of CVs (32%) in the UK contain at least one spelling mistake, according to recent research from jobs search engine, Adzuna.co.uk. Oops. Analysing over 3,000 CVs across the UK, the research which took place this month, highlighted the most common spelling mistakes in the study included the words “responsibility”, […]

5 Important Things You Need to Include on Your Medical CV

While many employers in the medical career industry already prefer looking up online portfolios to check if applicants are qualified for the job, creating an excellent medical CV is still important for both current and aspiring medical professionals. Your CV is a useful reference for employers when reviewing your qualifications for a promotion or a […]

Your CV – a To-do list to start 2016

And so our career action plans for 2016 continue. Last week our list of career things to do in 2016 continued with heaps of fab tips and links to previous articles on the process of Searching and Applying for Jobs. This was actually the second part of this series of recap posts, the first being […]

Common mistakes found on CVs

Like ‘em or loathe ‘em, the reality is that unless the job market and recruitment sector revolutionises somewhat, the old fashioned CV Is here to stay. And after all, there is lots of information out there on how to create a standout CV, how it can make a good impression and how you can make […]

Should you include a personal statement on your CV?

Should you include a personal statement on your CV? If you are looking for an out-and-out declaration of allegiance for one side from us, I am afraid you are going to be disappointed. This is not because we are especially comfortable atop the proverbial fence, but rather that the sheer assortment of job roles in […]

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