The New Year is here and you’ve likely set new goals for both your professional and personal lives. Below we look at this year’s trending jobs to help you to advance your career and fulfil your professional resolutions.
The breakneck speed at which new technologies advance has created a current demand for employee profiles that didn’t even exist a few years ago. It’s probably safe to say that within the next decade the workforce will likely require professionals for jobs that don’t exist yet or weren’t even remotely considered possible.
When you start looking for your first internship or job, you need to be proactive.
A year ago, job creation mainly benefited those over 25 years old. However, this trend has changed over the last 12 months.
When you go to an interview, the aim of the interviewer is to find out whether your profile fits with the position the company is looking to fill. These will lead to other questions which, believe it or not, could make you shine in an interview depending on how you answer them.
The phone rings and on the other end of the line is the person in charge of the selection process for the internship you applied for a few days ago.
The Adecco 2015 Global Report: Job Searches and Online Reputation in the 3.0 Era has found that 97.3% of jobseekers look for offers online and 64.7% of them do so using their smartphone.
You’re still at university and you’re looking for an internship to give you the opportunity to have work experience. But you wonder, ‘What skills will companies look for in their candidates?’ To help you answer that question, we will have a look at the “Future Work Skills 2020” report, published by the Institute for the Future for the University of Phoenix Research Institute.
You just got out of a job interview and you’re convinced that you made a great impression with the interviewer. But what’s the next step? Do you wait with arms crossed for them to call you?
It’s very likely that you’ve had an interview in which the recruiter has asked you something about your résumé that they didn’t fully understand. Have you ever asked yourself why?