Tips to write a killer cover letter: Most common mistakes

You have spent the whole day writing a perfect CV: you chose the format that best suits you, you focused on your accomplishments and tailored your skills to the particular job offer. But then you totally forgot about the cover letter and ended up attaching a simple, generic text full of misspellings. And all your efforts were suddenly tossed into the trash bin. A well-written cover letter can prove that you think clearly and possess
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Tips for job interviews: What candidates should ask

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We have already talked about job interviews in this blog: we have explained different interview styles, how to answer to behavioral-based questions, we have analysed how to research the company and what not to say in an interview. After learning all these advices, you can feel you are ready for the interview. Finally the day comes and you feel pretty confident. You nail all the answers. Definitely you researched the company and you can impress
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Ideas to make your job application stand out: Creative CV

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How many times have you changed your CV? You rewrite your personal statement, add new outstanding achievements and structure all over again your skills. However, it is still the same black and white boring CV with just few bold letters. Although the standard CV model is always the safe bet, it won’t guarantee you an interview in a heavy competitive job. Why don’t you try to think outside the white A4 paper and do a
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Marketing You: Creating a Personal Brand

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Almost everything we see around us in this day and age is a form of marketing: from the billboards you see on your daily commute to work, to the TV adverts trying to convince you that you need another hoover just because it’s new and improved.   So what’s the aim of the game? –For you to buy into something; a gadget, a service or even a bag of Aunt Bessie’s roast potatoes!   How
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