Monthly Archives: August 2011

What to avoid on LinkedIn when searching for jobs

Nearly 90 percent of employers are using social media to connect with potential employees.  If you’re not using Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to help you find a job, you’re missing the boat.  According to a survey of U.S. companies by … Continue reading

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Twitter Tips for University Leavers

Have you just graduated from university? If you have you’re probably very familiar with social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and, now, Google+ and use them on a daily basis. Now that you’re heading out into the job market for … Continue reading

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Preparing for Employer Aptitude Tests

Most of the UK’s largest employers, and in particular finance employers, use numerical, verbal and/or logical reasoning tests to measure various skillsets in graduate and internship level job applicants. These types of tests allow employers to make better hiring decisions, … Continue reading

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How to use LinkedIn Groups to create career opportunities

Job seekers often update their profiles on LinkedIn without delving any deeper into this professional tool. But there are many features that can help you build relationships and in particular leads to new career opportunities. A good place to start … Continue reading

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