Does this scenario sound familiar? You're in the market for a new job, and after conducting all your research, you send out cover letters and resumes to companies. Weeks go by and you wonder why not even one of those companies has not called you for an interview. If you remember nothing else from this article, please remember these words if you want to succeed in finding a new job: follow up, follow up, and follow up.
Preparing for a job interviews Your hard work sending applying for those jobs on jobberman has finally paid off — you’ve been called in for a face-to-face job interview. Congratulations! But now is not the time to sit back and think about how you’re going to spend your new salary; you’ve got a lot of
Ed. note: We’ve been on break for a while. This is a post from Lekan Olude who is currently away on business in London. We will shortly return with more updates Though we rarely have phone interviews in Nigeria because of the huge number of people applying for a position, we should also put to
There I was in my parents’ living room sitting lazily and stretching like a cat one Morning ago watching CNN with my Papa – thanks to the Eid Mubarak break. I was really not on the look out for any key feature or news but the spotlight captured my attention “Email Etiquette”. I got more
Are you interested in changing jobs? Or is this your first try at getting one? If you are in any of these shoes, then you might have a dream job in mind. Although it is nice to dream, it is important you keep reality in mind. Finding a new job can be difficult, but it is possible. 7 things you should consider, so you don’t end up jumping on the wrong ship: