Workers are being advised to stay put in their current jobs after a slump in advertised salaries across every region of the UK.
Social media has become a powerful tool to assist in getting hired, expanding your connections and even gaining new clients. But it can also be detrimental to job hunting, and your career in general, if you don’t manage your accounts properly.
Research into Google ads has found that female job seekers are less frequentely shown adverts for highly-paid vacancies than men.
John Lewis boasts an impressive reputation among consumers, staff and rivals alike, making it a tough act to follow. On the other side of the coin, a study from the PRCA has looked at why employees would be embarrassed to admit where they work.
Some 36 per cent of British workers now feel confident they can secure a new job within six months, a new survey from career marketplace Glassdoor has found.
Whether it is not including a cover letter, using incorrect grammar or even flat out applying for the wrong job, those on the look-out for positions must show better preparation.