For most people an interview situation is something that fills them with dread and panic. However this doesn’t have to be the case if you are thoroughly prepared and know the sort of questions you can expect to face. To help you, here at Career Analysts we have compiled 3 of the most frequently asked [...]
Stuck in the same job for too long? Do you dread waking up for work each morning? Maybe a career change is the right thing for you. We give you the top tips for changing career:
1. Evaluate the reasons you want to change? Working out the reasons for wanting to change will help you understand [...]
Many application forms require you to complete a personal statement in support of your application. You might be asked to give your reasons for applying’ and other information relevant to the job specification, including your knowledge, skills and experience.
As a careers advice company, we are often asked many questions about C.V.’s. Here is our advice on the question “How long should my C.V. be?”
Your CV should include:
Why do you need a CV?
Some things are better left unsaid. Don’t give an employer any reason to de-select you.
It can be useful to adapt your CV to individual positions. Career Analysts specialise in giving effective career advice and guidance.
The majority of large organisations have a competency framework which they use to measure their employees’ performance. In some companies these frameworks are quite sophisticated and the terminology used can become quite complicated.
Following each interview it is important (if you want to learn anything) to review your performance. Sometimes this can be uncomfortable but reviewing can help embed good practice and it can help highlight areas for improvement. Try using the following review questions:
Overall how did it go?