mainlogo-pure-jobs

PURE JOBS BLOG: is insight blog that opens up a world of fresh career advice, tips, facts and news in to the world of recruitment, job hunting, interviewing, resume and cv tips and loads more. We aim to please jobseekers, recruiters, HR Managers & anyone in the career industry, we cover lots of topics so come & join the community and industry discussions.

  • Home
    Home This is where you can find all the blog posts throughout the site.
  • Categories
    Categories Displays a list of categories from this blog.
  • Tags
    Tags Displays a list of tags that have been used in the blog.
  • Archives
    Archives Contains a list of blog posts that were created previously.
  • Discussion Forum
    Discussion Forums Discussion Forums
  • Login
    Login Login form
b2ap3_thumbnail_5-reasons-job-seeker-blog2.png
When you apply for a job, it’s important to do your homework on the company. Otherwise, when you get an interview and your interviewer asks, “So, what is it about us that drew you to our company?” you aren’t left stumped or jobless. Not only that, but it’s important to figure out if the company is a place YOU would enjoy working for. So, before you send off that resume, check out these sneaky ways to research a company: 1. Learn About The People Who Work There Most companies have a staff page on their website. On this page, the company will...
Last modified on Continue reading
Tagged in: research
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_establishing-yourself-office-tips.jpg
Recruiters spend about six seconds on your resume. SIX SECONDS! That’s not a lot of time to sell yourself. If you want to make a strong (and positive!) first impression, you need to know what they are looking for BEFORE you write your resume. 1. List Your Top Transferable Skills Front And Center Create two columns with those skills sets on the top fold of your resume. Why? Because recruiters want to see exactly what you’re all about from the get-go. 2. Choose The Right Format And Font If you aren’t using the right format and there isn’t a ton...
Last modified on Continue reading
Tagged in: stand out
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_why-do-you-want-to-leave-your-job-500x350.jpg
It’s easy to get excited when an employer is interested in you, especially when you haven’t had any luck getting interviews or job offers. But what if the job proposal isn’t a good fit for you? How do you decline a job offer? Some of you might be thinking, “Decline a job offer? Why would I do that? Have you seen the unemployment rates?” Why You Should Decline A Job Offer With that in mind, here are some of the reasons why you should reject potential employment: It Doesn’t Feel Right “You are a company,” said professional development coach and...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Job Hunting
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_1335288597_No.jpg
For some people, it is blatantly obvious they are in the wrong job. They just know that they hate their job, their company, their colleagues, or all of these aspects. In most cases, these people have either resigned themselves to a life or misery or they are actively seeking to change the situation. Related: 3 Very Real Reasons You Should Make A Career Shift For many people though, being in the wrong job is less clear cut. They might have a nagging doubt but it is likely that they have just pushed this to the back of their minds. If...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_How-to-Network-Like-a-Pro-and-Find-A-Job.png
Networking. It’s a necessity in life. If you want to advance your career, have lots of friends, or find new opportunities, you need to network. Love it or hate it, it’s just a fact of life! It’s a good thing you already network on a regular basis. You’re actually networking everyday – whether you’re making a business contact or setting up two friends on a date. It’s all networking! Related: #1 Secret To Becoming Popular But what kind of networker are you? Take this quiz to find out!   1. When you’re introduced to someone, you: (a) Quietly mumble, “Hi.” (b)...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Networking
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_impressions-at-work.jpg
This article is going to be short and sweet. It also might be the most important piece of advice you get this year… about taking advice. You see, advice is a tricky thing. Most of us happily take it from our friends, family members, co-workers, and the Internet. But have you ever asked yourself whether that advice is working for you? Is it helping you get the results you want in life? Especially when it comes to success and your career, advice can be a dangerous thing. My Dad has one idea about success, and would give me different advice...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_149400453-300x282.jpg
 You ace every evaluation, come in early and stay late, finally earning the corner office. Now what? Watch this webinar and get the tools you need to transition from handling tasks for yourself, to getting an entire staff operating at peak proficiency. It can be hard to move up to management and find out that the skills that helped make you the best employee in your department aren’t the skills most needed to manage others around you. During this webinar we will discuss: Turning veteran employees into allies Getting your staff bringing information up, instead of micro-managing down Using evaluations as...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_career-uplefting.jpg
Remember all those years ago when you first started down your career path, making steady progress or landing a job you were sure you would want forever? Or maybe you just accepted a job that seemed promising, or that you felt was the best you could do, and one thing led to another – leaving you stuck without even a honeymoon period to look back fondly on? It happens a lot. We wake up and don’t want the job that we’ve got. It pays decently, or more-than-decently, and/or provides some other Holy Grail-type perks, such as flex time or, the...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_setting-up-a-business.jpg
Opening a new business can be extremely fun and exciting. It is the dream of many people to have a company that they can call their own, where they will be able to work for themselves instead of for someone else. Unfortunately, over 90% of new businesses end in failure. Any entrepreneur thinking of opening a new business is cautioned not to get rushed so that they can avoid falling into some of the traps that can easily destroy new companies. By following these five steps, the chances of success are increased: 1. Consider Cloud Hosting The Internet has brought...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0
b2ap3_thumbnail_establishing-yourself-office-tips.jpg
In order to succeed in the workplace, you need to know how to bring your ideas to fruition. Unless you understand who the key influencers are in your office, even your best ideas won’t receive the recognition they deserve. The patterns of influence in most offices don’t follow the lines of the formal org chart, so it’s important to identify who has the power to institute change. You also need to know how to persuade those with informal power to buy into your ideas. Here are five tips for establishing your office influence, identifying the key influencers in your company,...
Last modified on Continue reading
in Career Management
Rate this blog entry:
0

Pure Jobs Blog

Latest Discussions

Forum offline

Guest Writters

Would you like to be a guest writter or blogger ?

 

 

 

 

Subscribe on Feedburner

Enter your email address to subscribe to our FeedBurner.


RSS Feed Image Pure Jobs Blog is on FeedBurner

About Purejobs

 

Use Pure-jobs.com to post jobs to 100's of job search engines with 1 job post. If your currently looking sign up for job alerts to have great openings sent to your email. 
 

Connect with us

 

Stay connected to the latest jobs, events and career advice from Pure-jobs.com. 

 

 

Who's Online

We have 531 guests and no members online

Archive

Follow us on Twitter

Most Popular Salaries

You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials