Tag Archives: Job Search

Acing a Job Interview: Ideas and Tips You Might Need

Getting a job is quite complicated and challenging. Getting a job of your dreams seems almost a “mission impossible” nowadays. It does not really matter how old or how experienced you are. What really matters in a job seeking process is your readiness to occupy the position you wish and your confidence about the fact […]
February 7, 2019 520 Reads share


Job Hunting: It’s A Game Of Poker

The weekly card sessions, I played throughout my teens, bring back fond memories. Some would say a misspent youth, or time wasted, but I would say time well spent...
October 6, 2010 1,216 Reads share
12 Money-Saving Tips For Small Businesses


Stuck on the M50 of the job market

I coined the phrase a number of years back “M50 of the job market” to describe how I viewed targeting advertised jobs in the current job market. My comparison was very evident during a radio interview this morning (Wed 19th) on Newstalk when the MD of Eirgrid revealed they received 1000 calls in one afternoon for jobs announced back in 2009.
May 20, 2010 1,241 Reads share
What In The World Is An Ultrabook?


Job Hunting – Fools don’t back horses

This article is not served to promote gambling on horse racing but instead to promote gambling/risk-taking when job hunting or in business. As Robert F. Kennedy said “only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly”
March 9, 2010 2,833 Reads share


Careers Coach – Job seekers poll

Since January I have been conducting a job seekers poll, asking them what they really would like to get from a career advice expert. I conducted my poll through LinkedIn, Poll Daddy, Facebook , my own Blog and in person. The poll results are based on the views of 100 job seekers
February 12, 2010 1,168 Reads share