With an estimated 116 billion business emails sent around the world every day (that’s about 123 work-related emails per person in a day), it’s harder than ever to get yours noticed. And since email is often the first point of contact for job seekers and hiring managers, the subject line can make all the difference.
So what are some warning signs that a potential job might not be all that it’s cracked up to be?
On 19th and 20th May 2016, Guglielmo Marconi University hosted in Rome the 2nd project meeting of the project EPBE European Personal Branding for Employment.
Madrid Open University celebrated the “IX International Congress IKASNABAR & XI International GUIDE Conference -E-Learning 2016: New Strategies and Trends-” in Madrid from 22nd to 24th June 2016.
ICARD is a European co-funded project (2014-2016) that promotes Individual Career Development in Higher Education covering the entire study cycle (entry-ongoing-exit).
Twitter. A place where people update the world on the mundane occurrences of their every day lives in 140 characters or less, right? Well it doesn’t have to be!
A job interview can be a nerve wracking experience. At interviews you are not only being appraised for what you say or for what you can do, but also you are being examined on the way you present yourself, on whether you will fit within the company’s corporate philosophy, and on your general demeanour.