If your dream is to travel and experience other countries, or you simply want to broaden your corporate experience, an overseas job may be the opportunity you’ve been looking for, says recruitment specialist, Glassdoor.
Interviewing for your next job will require you to prepare and go in with your eyes open.
There’s no doubt about it — interviews are tough. With so much on the line, job seekers often psych themselves out or majorly overthink things, resulting in a sub-par performance.
Having a well-crafted CV can be the key to getting your foot in the door at the company of your dreams.
Throughout your career, you will participate in many, many job interviews. In all of these interviews, there are a few questions you will hear time and time again.
Data from Glassdoor shows that the average corporate job opening attracts 250 résumés, out of which a maximum of six, or just 2.4% of those who applied, are called for an interview.
While some interviews may feel more like interrogations, they shouldn’t, says recruitment specialist, Glassdoor.
Preparing for a job interview can be a daunting task, especially when you are caught flat-footed by some of the questions that come your way.
There is a lot of content out there that will claim to solve your CV woes. However, the truth is, there is no quick fix for a resume in need and you should steer clear of anyone who claims otherwise, says Glassdoor’s Rachel Fletcher.
Recruitment specialist, Glassdoor, has published new research on the companies that pay some of the highest salaries in the UK – including a South African bank.