Our View on the Interview

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An interview can be nerve-racking, especially if you interview in front of a panel of people. The most important tip is: do not let your nerves get the best of you. You made it to this point based on what you bring to the table. Be confident. Before the Interview Research: You should have already done your research on the company, the position you are interviewing for and the hiring manager (if possible) before even … Continued

Covering the Cover Letter

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Writing cover letters for each job you apply to can feel overwhelming and pointless. However, creating a generic CV will prompt hiring managers to think you sent out a mass application. To avoid a generic cover letter, do research and convey your understanding of the organization and the products or services. Keep it short and maintain a professional tone. Think of yourself as the hiring manager; Would you want to hear from a candidate how … Continued

What’s Wrong with my IT Resume

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First, realize you are NOT the only applicant, and there could be as many as ten to fifty other resumes reviewed.  Hiring companies generally do a cursory review spending only a few minutes per resume to select those for further review.  You want a resume that gets you into “the Game,” how do you do that? Next, use a resume format that is clean, simple, focused and will grab the hiring company’s attention right away. … Continued

Misconceptions and Missed Opportunities

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Let us break it down for you. First, understand there are two different types of recruiters: In house and Agency. In house recruiters only seek candidates for the company they work for. Agency recruiters work with several companies to place the right talent with the right career opportunity. Fear of Wasting Money People are hesitant when using an agency as they believe these services will cost them (either up front or out of their salary … Continued