Understanding what Job Advertisements are Saying

Job advertisements can be overwhelming, some can be long and wordy, while others never seem to give enough information. However, reading job advertisements should not be tedious and difficult. Below are a few tips and tricks on how you can understand your job advertisements and what it is telling you. Understand the main purpose of the role Arguably the most important aspect of job advertisements is to understand the purpose of this position. Often, well written job advertisements would ...
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How to Ace a Group Interview

Group interviews are becoming increasingly used by companies to make the interviewing process more efficiently, it also allows them to see first-hand whether you have good networking and socialising skills. So, it is important to understand how to stand out from the rest of the candidate before, during and after the interview in order to secure a position. Here are some tips on how to do so. Make friends Don’t be awkward or mute when you see the other candidates in the room, it may be a c...
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How to Use Non-Related Work Experience in Interviews

While it may seem hopeless to go into an interview without any proper work experience to talk about, there are many ways that you can use your non-related work experiences outside of work to prove your worth as a candidate. The key idea of using non-related work experience The main idea you need to get across to your interviewer is that despite a lack of relevant experience, you still managed to have the relevant skills to get the job. Below is a list of non-related work experience that ...
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How to Answer Scenario Interview Questions

Scenario based interview questions are often viewed as difficult to answer as they can be very unpredictable. However, there are certain formulas and tips that you can utilise to ensure that you are given the best chance possible to stand out from the crowd and prove that you are worthy of the position. Use the STAR formula The STAR formula is frequently used to answer scenario-based questions in the most efficient and effective way possible. In this formula, you need to complete four st...
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