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Job Interview Tips: How to Make a Great Impression preview image

Make a great impression in your job interview by researching the company and practising your answers, manners and body language. Always follow up afterward.

Work From Home Jobs That Pay Well preview image

Work from home jobs may be a good fit for people who require flexibility. There are several opportunities if you desire a work from home position.

Interview Question: “What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?" preview image

Answer this common interview question by stating your strength or weakness and following with added context and a specific story from your professional experience.

Finding a Job

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How to Find the Best Jobs for You preview image

In any job search, you have to sort through many job postings to find the ones that are right for you. Follow these five guidelines to narrow in on the best.

The Essential Job Search Guide preview image

A checklist with how-tos for each stage of the job search: how to apply, CV tips, interview advice, and more.

Guide: Using Indeed.co.uk Job Search preview image

On Indeed, you can find jobs for you by filtering and setting up a job alert. Quickly apply by uploading your Indeed CV.

CVs & Cover Letters

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Interpersonal Skills: Definitions and Examples preview image

Interpersonal skills, also called “people skills, involve communicating and working with others. Here are some examples of interpersonal skills and how you might use them in your career.

139 Action Verbs to Make Your CV Stand Out preview image

When writing your CV, avoid using weak or passive verbs. From this list of action verbs, select the words that help you powerfully communicate your achievements.

How to Structure a Cover Letter (With Example) preview image

A cover letter should be around three paragraphs long, include your contact information, a professional salutation, a few anecdotes with concrete examples of why you're qualified to the job, and a complimentary closing.

Interviewing

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Job Interview Tips: How to Make a Great Impression preview image

Make a great impression in your job interview by researching the company and practising your answers, manners and body language. Always follow up afterward.

Interview Question: “What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?" preview image

Answer this common interview question by stating your strength or weakness and following with added context and a specific story from your professional experience.

Follow-Up Email Examples For After the Interview preview image

Follow-up email examples for saying thank you, checking in and staying in touch after a job interview.