Monthly Archives: March 2010

Addressing Selection Criteria – Streamlining the Process

As the majority of us are all aware, addressing selection criteria can be a daunting and lengthy process. Good news...many goverment departments are streamlining the job application process, especially when it comes to addressing selection criteria. I have worked on many job applications for clients who have applied for roles within two Queensland government departments who have streamlined the process, namely, Queensland Health and Queensland [...]

More on the Australian Job Market Forecast for 2010 posted an employment news article toward the end of January 2010 predicting week-to-week improvement and growth in the Australian job market. Commentary from human resource industry professionals on growth forecasts for each state is also featured: Cheers, Annie Cerone

Professional Resume Writing – Showcase Transferable Skills

Highlighting your key skills and attributes are essential in promoting yourself in your resume! Very rarely do I develop resumes for clients that simply list duties, tasks or responsibilities undertaken in roles. I ask the question: ‘what key skill does this duty or task represent?’ For example, if a client lists for a particular position on their current or outdated resume (prior to me revamping [...]


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