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How to Organise Your Job Search – The Employable’s Basic Top Tips…

Looking for a job is both a time consuming and often frustrating exercise. From hours spent trawling online jobs boards, to time spent sending off CVs and completing application forms and then perhaps never even getting as much as an acknowledgement in response from the agency or employer. And the longer you look for a […]

HotSeats launches – new UK job site for the digital, creative & marketing industries

If you’re looking for a job, it pretty much goes without saying that you’ll be using a job site. However with so many job sites out there, it’s more important than ever to choose the right one for you. Some job sites cover jobs in every market sector and in all locations whilst others are […]

5 Great careers you can still have if you don’t get into university

5 Great careers you can still have if you don’t get into university? When you are at school or college, it can sometimes feel that your future happiness and success rests entirely upon a few hours spent within an examination hall.  You would be forgiven for thinking that if you fail to get onto the […]

Social Media and your Job Search – The Employable’s Top Tips

In the last few years, more and more organisations are using Social Media as an effective way to connect and engage with their clients, customers and with potential new employees. Likewise, many jobseekers have started to use Social Media sites as an additional way to find out what jobs are available and also to connect with […]

What to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

What to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer Well done! You’ve been offered a job! Whether you’ve been looking for a job for a while or it’s simply the first job you’ve applied for, there’s a real sense of achievement in being deemed the ‘successful’ candidate and being offered the job. It’d be of course […]

A Guest Post – “When wanting to find a retail job, choosing a leading recruitment agency is recommended”

If you are looking for a retail job and this is the sector which you want to be involved in, there are many approaches which can be used. Although handing in a copy of a Curriculum Vitae is one way of doing this in person, choosing the assistance of a recruitment agency will provide the […]

Unspoken obstacles faced by mature candidates – Seven Elephants in the Room

Age stereotypes and objections are commonly held by employers. They’re present at very interview, being ignored, but influencing the decision makers. The challenge is to acknowledge and understand each elephant and then respond in a positive way. Here’s how: 1. Older people won’t work for a younger manager, or with a younger team This is […]

Choosing a career- What to do when you haven’t got a clue!

Choosing a career- What to do when you haven’t got a clue! When we are young we are led to believe an age old myth “work hard and you will have a great career”… it is a belief which sadly (and often quite swiftly) evaporates upon leaving school/university/college and entering the ‘real world’. That is […]

Top Tips for Completing Application Forms

Applying for a job doesn’t always mean sending off a CV. There are increasing numbers of employers who are using the application form as their preferred means of recruitment and selection. Whilst for some employers that may mean the traditional paper application form, but for others it may consist of an application form completed and submitted […]

How to become a private investigator

That’s right, they aren’t just a figment of Hollywood’s over-active imagination…private investigators, or private detectives as they are sometimes known, really do exist! As a result of their frequent appearances in films and TV shows you will no doubt have a preconceived notion of a typical private detective… a gentleman sporting a beige trench coat, […]

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