If you are considering IT contracting, or are already doing it, pay attention to these five points to make sure it is enjoyable and profitable!
When you are made redundant, it is natural to want to take a break before you start your search for a new job. There are good reasons though to start the search immediately and take a break later.
Some resumé and networking tips for IT graduates on the job market.
Don’t give out your referee information willy nilly. Instead, provide it after you have been short listed for a position, making sure it is correct and relevant and less likely to be misused.
Structure your resumé to get attention in the first page – this is more important than the length. Cover all your work history, but focus on the recent work in more detail.
As a professional recruiter, I am reading resumés every day, far too many on some days! There are errors that candidates make that could easily be avoided. I’ve compiled a list of the most common ones.