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Your Cruise Ship Job Application - Five Mistakes to Avoid

18th March 2010
Over the years we have received thousands of cruise ship job applications, as I'm sure you can imagine. Some of them are really fantastic, some of them are mediocre and some of them are truly sad! Here are the five of the most commons mistakes we see m... Read >
Author: Neil Maxwell Keys

How To Write The Perfect Food Industry CV

01st March 2010
So you want to work in the food industry? There are a variety of jobs waiting for you. Some of the most prestigious are buyer and assistant buyer jobs. This work in the food industry carries with it great responsibility. After all, you are a gateway betwe... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

How To Write The Perfect Hotel Manager CV

01st March 2010
A hotel manager is given the task to make sure that the hotel is perfectly functional in its daily operations. Moreover, it is the job of a hotel manager to manage other hotel personnel in order to ensure that everything will work smoothly. This job may s... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

Cruise Ship Jobs - How Long Will it Take You to Get One?

11th February 2010
If you have been applying for cruise ship jobs for any length of time, you should read this short yet inspirational message containing an important lesson. It was written by Karen from the UK who got hired as Digital Living Presenter working for P&O Cr... Read >
Author: Neil Maxwell Keys

Advantages of Video Resumes

23rd December 2009
No longer are the days when jobseekers used to prepare their resumes in an outmoded style of displaying their capabilities, personnel and experience on the paper. World has changed now and new trend of video resumes has been all rage these and its popular... Read >
Author: applyandgo

The Wrong Person in the Wrong Position

02nd December 2009
opposite of what most company objectives are about. The problem manager can make a large company an unpleasant place to work, and will almost certainly destroy a small company. He may not be quite so difficult to spot. The classical example is the individ... Read >
Author: Jewell Hardin

Should I bother to claim UIF in South Africa?

30th October 2009
You have been earning a decent salary, building up a good reputation from colleagues and you can picture your career path shooting up. This is when you hear the news that stops you dead in your tracks, your company is down-sizing. As you were one of the l... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Surprised why you do not get Interview Call !

06th October 2009
Have you ever wondered why you do not receive interview calls from companies after applying to a job through job sites though you feel you match the job description? This is neither your fault nor the recruiter's. The recruiter gets hundreds of responses... Read >
Author: SUNROS

What Exactly Girl Wants on First Date

17th February 2009
The first date basically act as the start of everything between you and the girl you are dating. It can be the start of a more stable relationship or a possible heartbreaking experience. If you have gone head over heels with the woman that you are taking ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

The hobbies and personal interests section of your resume could make a difference

05th January 2009
This section of your resume is entirely optional, however, job applicants who don't give the hobbies and personal interests Section on their CV much thought could be missing out on an opportunity to highlight how well suited they are for a specific job. T... Read >
Author: Jide

Your accomplishments on your resume

05th January 2009
Emphasizing hard-hitting accomplishments throughout your CV or résumé can sell you to a potential employer and effectively differentiate you from other equally qualified candidates. In today's competitive job market, recruiting managers prefer "results-... Read >
Author: Jide

Basics of the recruitment process

02nd December 2008
Some people may not have used Recruitment companies before whether they are the traditional walk in office companies or the newer online job sites. So we thought we would take a look at the recruitment process that you can expect with any reputable recrui... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Resume Objective - How To Write A Winning CV Or Resume Objective

07th October 2008
When preparing your resume or CV for potential employers you may find that the hardest part to write is the "Objective". Although it is difficult to write, the objective is a very important to your resume. It is also considered to be important because... Read >
Author: Catherine Jones

Top Tips For Recruitment Consultants Telephone Screening

09th August 2007
Telephone screening may not be the most enjoyable part of the recruitment consultant's job. However, done well, it achieves a couple of key objectives which will contribute to strong fee generation. Poor screeners end up wasting hours on pointless intervi... Read >
Author: UK Careers

Top 5 Tips to Define Your Ideal Job

24th November 2006
If you are unhappy in your job, you know it's wrong for you but you don't know how to work out what your ideal job might be, this report is for you! For more free articles and resources, including how to create a great CV and have a perfect interview,... Read >
Author: Peter Bernard
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