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Prepare for the Interview (25-3-2010)
The better you understand the position and the employer's needs the more effectively you can show how you'll benefit their organization. Read the job ad thoroughly - it will often tell you some of the employers major concerns.
How to write a job application (29-2-2010)
For most jobs, you will need to apply in writing. This normally means preparing two items: a letter of application (cover letter) and your resume. If you are applying for a government job, then you may also need to provide responses to some selection criteria.

We have developed this guide to provide you with information on developing a letter of application.

How to build a resume (29-2-2010)
When you apply for a job, your prospective employer will want to see your resume. Your resume is a marketing tool that outlines your skills and experience relevant to the job. It can also be called your Curriculum Vitae (CV).
10 Top Jobs for 2010 (25-2-2010)
The UK has been hard hit by the global financial crisis. Unemployment is the highest since long with a rate of 7.9% and in the Pre-Budget Report, Allistair Darling also admitted that the recession in the UK had been worse than he predicted last year.
Salary Negotiations: How to get a higher offer (18-2-2010)
Getting a job offer is an exciting moment. Receiving a salary offer lower than expected can be disappointing. Many people feel they have little or no options to negotiate higher compensation yet many people do receive higher compensation just by asking. How you ask can be just as important as what you ask.
10 Things People Won`t Tell You When You Lose Your Job (30-1-2010)
Give yourself some real time to figure out your next step. That may mean weeks, not a few hours! Don't feel compelled to jump right back into the work force. You will feel some shock—the same way you would feel shock after any loss. Take some time to deal with that. When you are ready to jump back in, keep your options open.
Applying for a Job (29-1-2010)
After you have found some jobs that interest you, the next step is to apply for them. Many potential employers require complete resumes or application forms and cover letters. Later, you will probably need to go on interviews to meet with employers face to face.

How to Choose the Right Job So That You Can Have a Successful Career (29-1-2010)
A lot of people look at a job and a career as the same thing, but they aren't. A job is usually where you work, such as "I work at Google," whereas a career is your profession such as "I am an engineer." Chances are, you will not have your ideal job right away because you are probably looking for a job that will bring tons of money, happiness, and power.
Create a good impression in your new job! (25-1-2010)
It is important from the beginning to convince your new employers that, in selecting you, they have made the right choice.
* Demonstrate that you are highly-motivated and eager to get started.
* Discuss your duties and responsibilities; and establish your priorities. Set challenging, but achievable, short-term and long-term goals.
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