…The Australian Government’s 2019 Industry Employment Projections Report predicted the highest volumes of job growth between 2019 and 2024 within healthcare and social assistance (252,600 more jobs), professional, scientific and technical services, ranging from engineering to legal to IT (172,400 jobs) and education and training (129,300 jobs).
On the flip side, it forecasted shrinking workforces for agriculture, forestry and fishing (3800 fewer jobs) and manufacturing (3400 fewer jobs)…
Many hiring managers agree on candidate interview behaviors that annoy them – sometimes to the extent of sinking the interviewee’s chances. Here are some that hiring managers cite as landmines job seekers can avoid in interviews...
You can read more athttps://www.biospace.com/article/top-interview-pet-peeves-from-hiring-managers/?s=64
…You don't have to be super charismatic to build meaningful connections with people — you just have to make a commitment to do the little things right.
The good news is that for all my fellow introverts out there the six little things below involve very little talking….
You can read more at https:https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/how-long-will-it-take-to-get-a-job-heres-what-the-data-says-2019-11-24
The beauty of cover letters is that they enable customization to a much greater extent than a resume does. You can use cover letters to make emotional connections with hiring managers, to show fit with the employer’s culture and to reveal glimpses of yourself that portray you as an authentic human being.
Here are 10 ideas for using cover letters in ways you may not have thought of…
…Your objective is to get the job you are applying for. Here are three biggest résumé mistakes to avoid…
You can read this studyat http://go.theladders.com/rs/539-NBG-120/images/EyeTracking-Study.pdf
…A video résumé isn’t for everyone. For example, if you’re applying to jobs as a backend engineer or accountant, using a video résumé probably isn’t a good idea.
That said, video résumés are highly effective at highlighting certain skills and strengths that standard written résumés can’t fully convey.
For instance, a video résumé can be valuable if you’re applying to any job where the ability to perform is important—whether it be acting, giving presentations, or teaching. This especially applies to jobs in creative fields, as well as any position that requires you to leverage your interpersonal skills or speak publicly…You can read more at https://www.fastcompany.com/90421997/this-is-when-you-should-use-a-video-resume-and-how-to-do-it-well
An interesting article from the US where Dan Schawbel gives his forecast for the top 10 workplace trends for the upcoming year. You can read his article at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-10-workplace-trends-2020-dan-schawbel/