The most recent data for Spain continue to be positive and reflect a positive trend as regards employment.
On average, a recruitment manager spends a few seconds reading each CV. This makes it essential to prioritise what information will be included in it.
What do you want to be when you grow up? No doubt you were asked this question hundreds of times and your answer included the words “I’d like”…
Recently, the European Commission published its “Study on Foreign Language Proficiency and Employability”, which highlights the link existing between competences in languages and the employability of persons in EU countries..
Recently, the IV Infoemployment Report – Adecco on Social Networks and the Employment Market was published. This report examines in detail the effect of social media as a job-finding tool on both human resources departments and candidates looking for work in Spain.
Nowadays, having a good network of contacts is a very useful tool in your professional development. The reason for this is clear.
It’s always been said that every little detail counts … and this is even more so when you are looking for your first internship. But have you ever wondered when is the best moment to register for an internship offer or send your CV?
The employment market is going through a period of rapid change as a result of the arrival of new generations of professionals, such as the Millennials and Generation Z, as well as technological and social advances.
If you’ve been called for a job interview, your résumé likely stands out amongst all the other candidates. However, there is also the chance that it is similar to several other candidates who are vying for the same position.
You’ve done several interviews for internship positions at different companies, but no one has called you and you fear the worst.