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As a LinkedIn profile writer I get asked to review hundreds of profiles. The premise of the question is will I get hired? Will my LinkedIn profile send the right message and attract the right sort of attention? My answer is generally this. LinkedIn has 500 million users and counting. Many of them are recruiters […]Leave A Commentposted in How to use LinkedIn to find a job by K B
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Read any guide to writing the perfect cover letter or resume and 10 out of 10 times you’ll hear this advice. “Use bold action words.” “People want to know what you’ve contributed, not what just what you’ve done. Infuse it with your achievements.” “Make sure you’ve got key words.” “Keep it short. If you can’t […]Leave A Commentposted in Career change by K B
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So I launched the Straight to Shortlist Challenge last week. I am taking a group of inspiring and talented professionals through the process of securing 5 meetings with 5 employers in 5 weeks. Yip, yip, yipeee!! (Calm down KB. You’re supposed to be professional on this blog.  Serious people read it.) As you can see I […]Leave A Commentposted in Career change by K B
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If you’ve been through the frustration of waiting for recruiters to call, or you fear your carefully crafted CV is always disappearing down a big black hole, click here to get our free guide. We’ll give you 5 steps to help get you Straight to Shortlist, and supercharge your chances of success by a rate […]Leave A Commentposted in Career change by 30DayChallenge
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Merry Merry Christmas, It’s been lovely having you as a reader of the Interview IQ blog. At the risk of sounding like the start of the Queen’s Christmas message, this time of year I always reflect on how the year has progressed and re-cap on things that have inspired me. For this inspiration I need to […]Leave A Commentposted in Career change by K B
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Our survey results are in. And the findings are super interesting. If you’re beating yourself up because you’re finding it tough to sell yourself in interview – I hope it helps you to know you’re not alone. The number one challenge people have in looking for a new job – is selling themselves in interview. 1 in every 2 […]Leave A Commentposted in How to find a job in Australia by K B
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I have a bit of a conundrum about how to answer this. Sometimes I see that people have “volunteer” or “pro-bono” in their job title on LinkedIn. But while they may not be paid, the work they are doing is anything but what the job title implies. This is important to talk about, why? Well […]Leave A Commentposted in How to use LinkedIn to find a job by K B
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Short and sweet this week. If you are looking for ways to make the most of the amazing job hunting tool that is LinkedIn (no they’re not paying me to plug them) have a listen to this podcast I recorded earlier this month with my good friend and professional colleague Naishadh Gadani. On his Your […]Leave A Commentposted in How to use LinkedIn to find a job by K B
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