Career coach John Lees pointed out that these are the two aspects that are critical in boosting a jobseeker's prospects of landing a dream job.
"A lot of young people when they apply for a job put too much emphasis on their study and training, which is fine, and it is important, but employers are really looking for ready evidence to see what you are good at," he acknowledged.
Mr Lees, who is also the author of How To Get A Job You'll Love, added that jobseekers should also try and plan out their desired career route in advance.
He stated: "There are tens of thousands of career choices available to people in the modern world. At the same time, people are not entirely sure what they are looking for."
Munish Bhargava, author of Winning Resumes and Successful Interviews, also recently advised jobseekers to keep a CV short and to the point in order to impress potential employers.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Original: Salespeak News