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Improve your Employability – Start Volunteering

Improve your Employability – Start Volunteering! There can be no denying that the current jobs market is a challenging one. With so many people applying for every position that gets advertised, it is essential that you do your utmost to ensure that your application stands out. It may be difficult though to make your application […]

5 Ways to Become more Employable in 2013

With 2013 literally just around the corner, it’s a pretty good time to sit back and take stock of how things have gone this year. For the job-seekers amongst us, whether we’re recent graduates or newly redundant, it has no doubt been tough at times. With an ever challenging jobs market and no real signs […]

Planning a Career Change – Basic Tips

There are many reasons why people choose to change careers. For some, it’s simply in order to try something new; for others, it’s borne out of necessity – for instance as a result of redundancy. Whatever the reason for the change, it’s important to make the transition as smooth as possible. If you’re planning a […]

5 Ways for Graduates to Get Work Experience

If you’ve just graduated and are finding it tough getting a job in your chosen career or profession, the fact is that you are not alone. The last few years have been tough for anyone seeking employment but probably even more so for graduates, especially those with little or no real work experience. Exam grades […]

4 Ways Working Abroad Can Make You More Employable

Given the highly competitive nature of the British job market, it’s no surprise individuals are doing whatever they can to get ahead of the competition. Whether it’s further education, extra training, unpaid internships or volunteer positions, we’ll do it — as long as it means standing out from the crowd and getting closer to that […]

5 Ways to Improve your Employability

With more and more people applying for every job that gets advertised, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your CV and application stands out. After all, you want an employer to be in no doubt that you are a candidate worth shortlisting, interviewing and hopefully employing. So how can you convince them? Well […]

How to become a police officer

How to become a police officer Following in the footsteps of the last two weeks where we have examined the steps required to working in two of the public sector’s most important roles, it seemed natural to conclude the trilogy with the final emergency service. The ranks of Bobbies whose job it is to protect and […]

Job Seeking Graduate? – Some top tips

First of all, if you are a job seeking Graduate and you are reading this post, may I start by congratulating you on your degree level qualification…However, I must be honest in that the advice I will give you, will be frank, may be hard to hear, & some of you will feel frustrated. But […]

Using Career Training To Boost Employability

If you want to get the best out of your workforce, or from yourself, then think like a sports coach. The best coaches don’t force their players to get better; they train them to be better athletes. The same goes for the workplace. You can train your employees to do their job in a faster […]

Unemployed? These Skill Sets Make You Employable! A Guest Blog by David Shindler

TheEmployable are delighted to introduce David Shindler, established Employability Author, Coach and Consultant who has agreed to write a Guest Blog for https://www.theemployable.com/ David Shindler is the author of Learning to Leap, a Guide to Being More Employable.  An experienced  coach, consultant and facilitator, David helps people at any life stage accelerate their employability.  He also […]

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