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Yes! I have landed my dream job. Now, how do I tell my boss?

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Finding your dream job is the perfect reason to leave your current one – but how do you break it to your employer?

There is no feeling in the world better than getting ‘that phone call’. You are so elated at the news and excited at the thought of starting work in your perfect job that you don’t want to come back down to earth just yet. However, there is the inevitable task of telling your current boss that you are leaving. This can be especially difficult if you have a very good working relationship with them.

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How to Make a Choice When You Have Multiple Job Offers

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It may seem like a dream position to be in – you have multiple job offers on the table and it is entirely up to you which one to choose.  But sometimes, having that choice can make your decision much harder.  How do you know you are choosing the right job?  Will you end up with buyer’s regret, wishing you had chosen a different job offer further down the line?  While there’s no way to guarantee that the job you finally choose is perfect before you take it, there are some ways to help make the choice easier and make a decision that you can be happy with.

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What to do when you Fancy a Change of Career

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Changing careers is a scary thing, but if you are desperate to leave your current job and itching to try something new – a change of career can be just what you need! The world of work is an ever evolving thing and more people than ever are switching careers three or maybe four times or more in their lifetime.

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When you Fall Out of Love with your Job

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We have all had really bad days at work. Sometimes these can be so awful that you leave work in a rage vowing never to return again. However, having a bad day is a terrible reason for leaving a job.

There may be lots of reasons for wanting to look for employment elsewhere, but not all of them are really valid reasons for wanting to leave. Lets take a look at some truly awful reasons that people have actually used to leave a job and why it may not be the best course of action to take.

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How to Answer the Interview Question “What are Your Weaknesses and Strengths” in a positive way

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While you can never be 100% certain what questions you are going to get in a job interview, there is one question that seems to occur in the vast majority of them – it is a question about your strengthens and weaknesses.  And for many of us, this is by far one of the hardest questions to answer.  After all, you don’t want to talk negatively about yourself or give away your weaknesses that could potentially mean talking yourself out of a job.  And you want to give your strengths in a positive and encouraging way without coming across as boastful or arrogant.  So what are the best ways to answer this kind of interview question?

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Interview Tips that could land you that Job Offer

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Job interviews can be scary things, especially if you are not prepared for what is to come. You are doing the right thing by putting in some research ahead of your next important interview. Here we offer some valuable support and guidance to help you prepare for your next job interview. Take this advice on board and you could soon be landing yourself the job of your dreams!

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What does my body language tell my interviewer?

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Before you have even uttered your first greeting, your job interviewer has formed an opinion of you. As you casually stroll across the room from the door making your way to the awaiting interview chair, your interviewer has sized you up according to your non-verbal body language.

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Key Skills That All Resumes Need

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The whole purpose of a resume is to be a document that gathers together and lists all of your skills and qualifications. Ideally, you will formulate your resume to highlight your key skills that are relevant for each job that you apply for. However, many people do tend to get a little carried away and over enthusiastic about noting down every single bit of work experience they have or every accomplishment achieved. This can lead to information overload for the poor recruiter who is looking over your resume.

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What should I do following my job interview?

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There is nothing worse than having what you thought was a really positive job interview, then hear absolutely nothing back from the company for what can seem like forever.

It is a sad fact the the job market is a highly competitive place these days. Sometimes it doesn’t pay to simply sit back and wait for those job offers to come rolling in, no matter how well your interview went.

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