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Sky News Corinne Mills gives her career advice on how to increase your chances of job search success. Corinne speaks…

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Corinne Mills gives her career advice on how to increase your chances of job search success. Corinne speaks with two unemployed individuals who have spent two days actively job seeking by going directly to companies asking them for a job. They were filmed by Sky News showing how determined they were to find a job and unfortunately being turned away. Corinne then gave her career tips on how job seekers can improve their job searching skills.

Here are some of Corinne’s tips –

  • Have a sales pitch ready before you approach companies – talk positively about what you have to offer and include your skills. Do some research on the company you are approaching beforehand
  • Continually develop your skills and learning
  • Take on voluntary work to fill the gap in your CV

Personal Career Management work with many job seekers helping them with their job search strategy and in return job seekers are moving into the job that they want and quickly. For more information on our career coaching programmes please call us on 01753 88995.

17 March 2013

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Maria Stuart

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Maria Stuart is the Marketing Director for Personal Career Management, she has a BA (Hons) in Business and is experienced in both the Automotive and the Education & Childcare sectors.

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