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UK has more talent to offer than US and some EU countries

The UK boasts more talented workers than America, Norway and Germany – but is lagging behind Denmark and Sweden. Those are the findings from the latest Global Talent Competitiveness Index, released by INSEAD business school (in partnership with Adecco and … Continue reading

Computer course launched for jobseekers in Tyneside

Tyneside’s TyneMet College has launched a computer course designed to help those seeking work develop their technological skills. Chroniclelive.co.uk reports that those who have no experience in using either computers or the internet (or both) could benefit from the course, … Continue reading

Blogging could aid job search

Writing a blog could help boost jobseekers’ efforts to find new employment, according to advice from thisisbristol.co.uk. It revealed that if jobseekers use a blog to highlight their skills, accomplishments and experience, it could prove highly complementary to the traditional … Continue reading

Uploading CVs to online job sites is important

Jobseekers shouldn’t be afraid to utilise the power of the internet by promoting themselves on social media and uploading their CV to job sites. That’s according to Shail Masri, the vice president of job site Bayt.com. He explained that any … Continue reading

Over one-third of UK’s hiring managers are using social media

A survey of 1,500 hiring managers from across the UK has shown that 38 per cent are using social media within their hiring strategy, hrzone.co.uk reports. Undertaken by Success Factors, the survey found that of those questioned, 28 per cent … Continue reading

Recruiters reveal top bugbears

Recruiters’ biggest bugbears include candidates applying for jobs that they are unqualified for and those who exaggerate their qualifications, telegraph.co.uk reports. That’s according to research released by Bullhorn, the recruitment software manufacturer. Some 1,500 recruiters were surveyed to gather the … Continue reading

UK has more talent to offer than US and some EU countries

The UK boasts more talented workers than America, Norway and Germany – but is lagging behind Denmark and Sweden. Those are the findings from the latest Global Talent Competitiveness Index, released by INSEAD business school (in partnership with Adecco and … Continue reading

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Computer course launched for jobseekers in Tyneside

Tyneside’s TyneMet College has launched a computer course designed to help those seeking work develop their technological skills. Chroniclelive.co.uk reports that those who have no experience in using either computers or the internet (or both) could benefit from the course, … Continue reading

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Blogging could aid job search

Writing a blog could help boost jobseekers’ efforts to find new employment, according to advice from thisisbristol.co.uk. It revealed that if jobseekers use a blog to highlight their skills, accomplishments and experience, it could prove highly complementary to the traditional … Continue reading

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Uploading CVs to online job sites is important

Jobseekers shouldn’t be afraid to utilise the power of the internet by promoting themselves on social media and uploading their CV to job sites. That’s according to Shail Masri, the vice president of job site Bayt.com. He explained that any … Continue reading

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Over one-third of UK’s hiring managers are using social media

A survey of 1,500 hiring managers from across the UK has shown that 38 per cent are using social media within their hiring strategy, hrzone.co.uk reports. Undertaken by Success Factors, the survey found that of those questioned, 28 per cent … Continue reading

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Recruiters reveal top bugbears

Recruiters’ biggest bugbears include candidates applying for jobs that they are unqualified for and those who exaggerate their qualifications, telegraph.co.uk reports. That’s according to research released by Bullhorn, the recruitment software manufacturer. Some 1,500 recruiters were surveyed to gather the … Continue reading

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