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  • How to Get a Job With Little or no Experience

    Monday, November 30, 2020

    At the start of your career or following a career change, it can feel like a Catch-22 situation: You can’t get hired without experience, but you can’t get experience without being hired.

    Perseverance at this stage of your career is crucial. Very few people are in the position to do unpaid internships for months on end to get their foot in the door. Instead, many candidates are forced to look for temporary roles in other fields to make ends meet or simply to give up on their chosen career entirely.

    So, what is the key to getting jobs with no experience? Luck certainly plays a part and personal connections can be hugely valuable, but what else can you do?

  • Writing an Account Manager CV

    Friday, November 27, 2020

    Roles in account management traverse a diverse range of industry sectors. For many, they provide an ideal career combining a balance in skills: from customer service through to business development, administration and strategy. When it comes to your CV, however, it’s not just about telling the reader what you do, it’s demonstrating how well you do it. Your achievements need to shine through.

  • How to get over ‘never good enough’

    Wednesday, November 25, 2020

    Learn to spot unhealthy perfectionism, understand its emotional sources and find a way to silence that self-critical voice
    by Margaret Rutherford

  • Give your resume a pandemic refresh with these 7 savvy tips

    Monday, November 23, 2020

    With high unemployment and continued economic uncertainty, job seekers face a competitive job market. Here are seven tips to keep in mind when refreshing a resume or CV.

  • Writing a CV for Transport and Logistics

    Friday, November 20, 2020

    Focus your professional profile

    When writing your transport and logistics CV it is important to focus the CV towards the particular roles you are targeting. In the first line of your professional profile you should position yourself as [transport manager], [logistics analyst], [HGV driver] [insert as applicable]. Don’t try to be all things to all people. If you can, mirror the job title of the role being applied for to get maximum reader traction.

  • The 12 Most Important Skills You Need To Succeed At Work

    Wednesday, November 18, 2020

    Whether you're are a new graduate trying to figure out how to get a leg up in your career, or you're a mid-career professional looking to secure your next promotion, you might be wondering what are the most important skills you need to help you get where you want to go. While it's, of course, important to develop your industry-specific hard skills, what's just as critical to your success are your soft skills. Soft skills are how you function in the workplace and interact with others. And while they're not easily taught in a classroom or measured, they are key skills that we all need to have. Additionally, in our more globalized, fast-changing work environment, there is now a premium on the kinds of soft skills that allow you to keep pace with the future of work. So, if you’re looking to accelerate your career, here are the 12 soft skills that you need to succeed.

  • How to write a stand out nursing CV

    Monday, November 16, 2020

    As a professional nurse your CV needs to demonstrate your achievements and the maintenance of the high levels of clinical excellence associated with your role. The CV should be focused towards your target roles and look professional. Moreover, it needs to provide a compelling case for calling you to interview. Simply copying and pasting your job description is not enough, you need to show how well you have performed in your roles.

  • How to Use Google Docs Resume Templates

    Friday, November 13, 2020

    "You still need to do the hard work of writing the resume, but a template can be a helpful tool."

  • Top 10 Career Tips for Veterans

    Top 10 Career Tips for Veterans

    Wednesday, November 11, 2020

    Getting out of the service can be daunting. Newly-found autonomy can leave a lot of service members bewildered and a little uneasy about their future career options. Roth Staffing Companies got in touch with Jonathan Boyd, a Marine for 10 years and current business analyst, for the top 10 career tips for Veterans. Being able to break the process down into component steps is important to job-hunting success.

  • Eight Ways To Cope And Rebound From Constant Rejection In Your Job Search And Career

    Monday, November 9, 2020

    "Interviewing for a job or seeking advancement at work is stressful and nerve-racking. The pressure is now intensified as there’s a prolonged Covid-19 pandemic with no immediate end in sight. Over 60 million Americans have filed for unemployment, millions more are underemployed or have finished collecting benefits and have fallen off of the government’s official data coverage. So, now you're faced with intense competition."