Do you have some epic health and fitness career goals? I don’t blame you! Health and fitness is a popular industry as it allows you to merge your work and your hobbies.
I know what it feels like to hear nothing after applying for a job. You send out your job applications and hearing nothing back but crickets. This can make you feel hopeless, helpless and completely confused. But there is hope. If you aren’t getting any bites from your job applications, it doesn’t mean there is no hope.
Side hustling and starting online businesses is becoming more and more common, as people are drawn to the idea of following their creative pursuits, whilst enjoying more flexible working conditions.
“A video interview? You’ve got to be joking.” “What am I going to say in front of a camera for ten minutes?” “I don’t think I want to work for a company that does video interviewing – it’s so impersonal…”
Ahh, the good old ice-breaker interview question. Tell me about yourself. Whether your interviewer is planning a behavioural interview or not, usually they will start off with one or two ice-breaker questions to warm you up for the main event.
Have you ever been asked a hypothetical interview question? If so, you would be forgiven for misunderstanding the point of a hypothetical and responding with a real life example of when you have done something similar.
Are you still wondering if you should include a cover letter with your application? Well, if I haven’t convinced you yet, I am sure this post will provide you with the push you need to start writing cover letters for every job you apply for.
You’ve written your cover letter and you’re pretty proud of where you’ve gotten to with it. But what happens when you get to the end? How do you close your cover letter? How do you tie your pitch up, with a nice little bow, to make sure that those potential employers will pick up the phone
Have you been applying for jobs, but not getting called for interviews? Perhaps you’re wondering if your cover letter has been killing your chances of winning your dream job?
Do you tailor your resume to suit every job you are applying for? If not, this is the kick in the backside you have been waiting for.
Your resume’s design is arguably just as important as the content it contains. Don’t believe me? Think about first impressions when you meet someone. Unironed clothes or a scruffy appearance, a bitchy resting face and body language, all help you form an initial feeling about whether you like someone. Whether you like it or not.
Do you have a professional profile on your resume? A professional profile is the perfect opportunity for you to open your resume with a bang, and show potential employers why you are their ideal candidate.