Your resume might be perfect but without a proper cover letter you may not get that coveted interview When applying for a new job, details matter. Your resume might be up to par, but that certainly isn’t going to be the only thing that gets you an interview. What will get you noticed and give you the best shot
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If you are experiencing stress both at home and at work due to workload or time management issues, it’s time to stop and rework on yourself. Improving time management means developing your both time habits and management habits. Habits are something which is formed on a daily basis, so small changes in your everyday life
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Many successful people have a specifically tailored morning routine that helps them hit the ground running rather than hitting the snooze button or fiddling with their phone. Whether you read the newspaper, spend time with family, meditate, exercise or do yoga, how you start the day can affect your mood and productivity through the day.
Many companies use applicant tracking systems (ATS) to sort through resumes and streamline their hiring process. These systems scan resumes for keywords that are inputted into for specific hiring positions. Then, resumes are scored on a scale of 0 to 100 for relevance. Only the resumes with the highest scores are passed on to recruiters.
You know those uncensored photos your friends tagged you in on Facebook at the weekend? Your new employer does too! When over 90% of recruiters and HR professionals refer to social media to decide whether to hire you, managing your online reputation is as integral as breathing. Simultaneously, this very same beast