If the prospect of your next job interview is playing on your mind, then this is going to be the most important message you’ll read today, because in the next few paragraphs, I’m going to tell you exactly what you need to do to make any hiring manager desperate to employ you.
If you’ve ever walked out of an interview with your head down and your shoulders up, you’ll know what I’m talking about. It’s that gut wrenching certainty that you’ve blown that one shot at your dream job – the interview.
What went wrong? Your resume matched the job perfectly, your skills and achievements were second to none but you messed up so badly on the questions – and why was the hiring manager sitting there with his arms folded and an expression on his face like you just insulted his mom?
In today’s fiercely competitive job market where every vacancy attracts countless applicants, it is vital to stay ahead of the competition.
7.6 million applicants scrambled for 65,000 corporate and retail positions at Starbucks in the past year.
Nearly one million candidates applied to Procter and Gamble – for just 2,000 positions. Try working out that ratio!
The longer you are out of work, then the longer it takes you to secure your next position. The statistics speak for themselves, but it doesn’t end there…
In the first few weeks after losing their jobs, just three out of ten people secure a new role. That’s only...Read More detail