It’s common knowledge that some industries are severely lacking in female employees. Male-dominated industries such as technology and finance are suffering because they don’t have enough women in the field. In recent years, these industries have been working hard to increase their appeal to women and get more females in the industry. Glenda May from […]
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Every year, the International Students Careers Expo is an initiative of and organised by a number of International Chinese Students Associations and Clubs around NSW. Up to 10 different student associations from University of New South Whales, University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, Macquarie University and University of Wollongong have been organising this annual […]
Your acts after the interview will be as important as during the interview to strengthen your impression and your application to your potential employer among other candidates. A following-up letter and thank you note are effective professional reminders of how to fit you are as a desirable employee to your potential employer. Closing the interview An […]
“Everything communicates, 24/7 and forever… Once something is online, it is there for good. Or for bad. Either way, it is not going away. Managing all aspects of communication and your personal brand is important – particularly when you are interviewing for, or going into, a new job. Whether you are interviewing for a first-line […]
Why Research? An employer representative will quickly know if you have researched the organisation by the way you act. There is no quicker way to turn off an employer than by not reading the material employers have provided prior to the interview. Researching an organisation is an important factor in an employer’s evaluation of an […]
You have now reached the interview stage. You should feel confident in yourself and your abilities by now, so this is the time to sell yourself to a prospective employer. The focal point of all interviews is selling your positive influence and a desirable employee to the company. Remember that first impressions are the most […]
NotedCareers as a noted career management provider, is pleased to announce that a tender for the supply of career services has been accepted by Procurement Australia. This is one of Australia’s most progressive and successful procurement organisations. Awarded the contract from 1 January 2017, NotedCareers will be listed as a panel supplier of Career Transition programs […]
With a shared vision of promoting an appreciation of multicultural communities as well as supporting cross-cultural understanding between Australia and China, NotedCareers proudly sponsors 2016 Australia-China Youth Association Victoria Bilingual Language Competition. NotedCareers representatives will be joining the Pre-Networking Cocktail event and the Grand Finale. Get a free ticket to the Grand Finale and join us […]
The 35 career tip list is back with more advice and tips. Take a note and get your next job! 22. Keep track of your resume. Keep a list of where you have sent your resume and where your resume has been sent by other people. This is an important step not only for your […]
Planning the first 12 months of your new job is one step in your job-seeking plan. Here is why: Let’s start with typing “common interview questions” in Google, you will receive around 26 million results. The list of common interview questions is quite similar. After reading a few articles, you soon realise that some questions […]
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