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How do Job Boards Work?

 How do Job Boards Work

Job hunting via online job boards is currently the most popular method for job seekers to search and apply for jobs. If you’re using job boards in your job hunt then you’ll be familiar with the vast array of job websites to choose from, each offering slightly different things. The aim of this blog is to answer the following questions:

How do Job Boards Work?
How do You Use Job Boards in Your Job Hunt?
How do You Apply for a Job on a Job Board?

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Things to Avoid When Searching for Jobs

avoid these job seeker mistakes

When looking for a job opportunity there are lots of things to consider like where do you look, how often and what for. Sometimes you get lucky and get results pretty quickly...other times, not so lucky. 

In these not-so-lucky times during your job hunt, you might be making some mistakes that are stopping your search from progressing. Here are our top 5 things to avoid when looking for your next job:

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How to Write a CV

How to write a CV

Looking for a new job? Then you need a spot-on CV to show off your skills and experience!

So, what is a CV? Your CV is meant to market yourself briefly in order to land a job. Any CV that does this is a good one and your CV may be different depending on what stage in the career game you are. For example, if you were a student looking for

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Using LinkedIn to Find a Job

 

Find a job with LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a great place to find your dream job - it is where tonnes of employers and recruiters hang out!   

Before you get started with any of the activity ideas listed below, it is vitally important that you ensure your profile is 100% complete and promotes your skills and experience in the best possible light and you at least have 30-40 connections.

Top 6 Tips for Job Seekers

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5 Mistakes to Avoid on Your CV

Mistakes on your CV to avoid

Your CV is a key marketing tool to sell yourself, what you have done in the past and what you can do in the future. The purpose of it is to give an employer enough information to make them think you could be suitable for their job role and thus invite you for an interview. But there are obstacles that can get in the way of your CV being the all-singing-all-dancing document that you need. 

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