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The Value of an Executive Resume Writer

The Value of an Executive Resume Writer

It's not the mechanics of getting out a piece of paper and asking a few questions, any more than your job is to have a meeting.  A few days ago a resume writing colleague was at a loss for words when a potential client queried why a resume for an executive would be...

Become interview savvy

Become interview savvy

Interviews can be really stressful. Part of that stress is the pressure you feel that you may be "caught out" by not having the right knowledge or skills. Confidence comes when you can happily 'strut your stuff' and talk on the same level as those who interview you....

How to maintain your motivation in your job

How to maintain your motivation in your job

  My first real job was as a “Turn on Clerk.” I’m not kidding. This was a rather descriptive (and enormously funny) title for an administrative job that involved turning on the gas supply and creating accounts for people who were moving into new apartments. While...

Making an impression in the job search

Making an impression in the job search

People think they only have to make an impression at interview. Wrong! The way you are perceived will be long before you get to interview. It's how your resume is presented, it's how you conduct yourself online and in your workplace, and it's how you treat people when...

Women and the Australian ICT sector

Women and the Australian ICT sector

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an industry that continues to do well in the global economy, enjoying consistent job growth, rising salaries and a rosy future outlook. Yet there is still one area that the industry struggles with, a shocking deficit...