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19/02/2021

Tips on Networking & Meeting People - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

Thoughtful networking provides a focused way to talk to people about your job search. Done right, it can help you obtain leads, referrals, advice, information and support. It is an essential component of any successful job search, but it requires planning.

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19/02/2021

Understanding yourself - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

When you need a job – particularly when you need one now – seems like the wrong time to be thinking about “finding yourself”. After all, you have CV’s to send out, cover letters to write, and interviews to attend. And besides, it’s not like there is a well-defined path to follow that leads to personal understanding.

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19/02/2021

You will be Googled - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

We live in the digital age. Beyond that, we live in a time when anyone, anywhere can share any piece of information they like. And we have many ways for doing so – Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and blogs are just a few of the sites or tools we use to connect and share with others all over the world.

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19/02/2021

Asking the right Questions - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

Surprisingly, the most common answer to this question is “no.” Not only is this the wrong answer, but it’s also a missed opportunity to find out information about the company. It is important for you to ask questions. Not just any questions, but those relating to the job, the company and the industry. Consider two candidates interviewing for an inside sales position, Henry and Chris.

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08/02/2021

Interview Questions to prepare for - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

Employers aren’t trying to ‘trip you up’ with these difficult interview questions. They want to know what makes you unique. Here’s how to answer them successfully ...

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05/02/2021

Customising your Resume - Career Advice

By Drake Editorial

Picture this situation – You’re about to start your job hunt, and have devised a masterful plan to put together the best resume you can, and fire it off to as many companies as possible in the hopes it will be a good match for something, somewhere. It is the classic “throw mud against the wall and see if any of it sticks” approach. Although this strategy is great for making you feel like you are doing something positive in your job search, realistically you’re wasting your time, energy, and (potentially) money.

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