Tag Archives: Looking for a job

Out of your Comfort Zone

Recently I wrote about how it is not good at all to seem too desperate when looking for jobs or home employment opportunities. However, job seekers, especially older ones, do need to be willing to step out of the familiar … Continue reading

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Don’t look so desperate when applying for jobs

There is a lot of competition out there for every job that is advertised, add to this your mortgage company keep phoning up because you have been paying a lower amount on the mortgage with a promise that you would … Continue reading

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How to use your contacts to help your job search

These days it would be easy to think that the only way to find a job is to sit hour after hour firing off your CV to jobs on line via Monster, Total jobs, Reed, Jobcentre plus and the loads … Continue reading

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The grey ceiling

So, you are 55 years old and find yourself out of work? , or have been claiming disability benefits and due to welfare reform now find yourself older, with health issues that affect the type of work you can do, … Continue reading

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How do you justify gaps in Your CV?

                                                   Pinterest virGINIa Fahey Castillo Many people who once had a genuine claim for disability benefits have been forced by welfare reform to claim Job seekers allowance instead and apply for jobs or lose even this benefit. How do they … Continue reading

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New Year Job Hunting

January is a bit of a mix for job hunting. In some areas it is rather quiet…it is the middle of winter and the atmosphere can be slow and lazy, but there can also be lots of jobs out there, … Continue reading

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