Looking for a new job is a daunting process, even before you sign up with a Recruitment Agency. Once you sign up, it's a whole new ballgame. On the one hand, you have someone helping you make a huge move. But on the other hand, you might be wondering: is there something my Recruiter isn't telling me? Are you ready to get some real insight into how Recruiters work? Keep reading to discover what your Recruiter is looking for in you and your resume.
A defined career/job aspiration
Picture this: You're sitting at your computer, scrolling through the latest job vacancies. Your phone rings. A Recruiter is calling you. You're sure he or she has a great job ready and waiting for you. But when you answer, your Recruiter asks you: "What exactly are you looking for?" And at that moment, you suddenly realise you don't know. Sure, you know you want
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New year, new job? If you, like so many, are planning for a fresh start – complete with a new job – in 2017, there is no better time to start planning. After all, you're not alone. Along with "live life to the fullest" and "pay down debt," getting a new job is one of the most common new year's resolutions. It's also one of the most commonly broken. So, how do you get ahead of the pack and jumpstart your new year now? Read on.
1. Determine your goal: a new job or a new career?
A fresh start can mean different things to different people. For some, it can just mean a new job in the same industry – and hopefully a pay bump. For others, it might mean a complete career change. It's important to clarify what you're after before you start looking for outside help. Why? If you're