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When the HR department is putting heads on the chopping block, how do you make sure yours isn't the one that rolls?
A career in the arts isn't as straight forward as others, but if you remain focused on your goals there's nothing you can't achieve.
As more and and more jobs are found through social media, making sure you're presenting the right image on yourself online has never been more important.
Feel like you need to take a break from it all? Make sure you plan your gap year so that the experience can benefit you down the track.
If you’re in the office these summer holidays staring out at the sunny day – shame on you.
The best way to learn is by doing, and having done so will not only make you appear keener and more experienced than your competitors, but it can also help you to realise your true potential.
Walking the fine line between what you think might be ‘all in your head’ and actual discrimination can be tricky. If you feel you’re being discriminated against, how do you identify it and what can you do?
You may be extremely aware you’re under scrutiny during an interview.But the truth is that scrutiny never really stops, not completely, it just tones down.
The silly season is upon us and the work Christmas party is something you either dread or dance about. Follow these simple tips to keep your career in tact post-eggnog.
At every stage of the job seeking process you need to do your research. And it starts even before a job opportunity becomes available.
Networking is essentially about creating, maintaining and utilizing professional friendships.
You might think a job is perfect for you but if you don’t pick up the phone and try to talk to someone at the organization, how can you be sure?
Whether you’re emerging, midcareer or advancing into senior management it is vital that your CV highlights achievements in each of your previous roles that show your strengths.
The same sorts of criteria you use for preparing a job application can apply for preparing yourself for an interview.
A job comes up in an organisation that you’d love to work for – it’s not the job you want - yet you reason, once I’m in I’ll be able to move into my ideal job.
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Grabbing a potential employers attention doesn't mean dressing your CV up with lots of graphics, colourful paper or interesting fonts. The key is to ensure the information is easy to read.
The selection criteria statement is a means to give real-life examples of what you’ve done and show an employer the sort of person you are.
Some career recruiters suggest that job seekers volunteer their way to a full-time job.
Getting a job in the arts is hard. We all know that, and Glenda Tuttlebee, Recruitment Coordinator at the Sydney Opera House is sympathetic but even when you have all the skills and experience you have to be able to show you’re right for the job on paper.
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