Posted on November 6, 2013 by weblinkindia
Guidelines For Entry-Level Job Holders
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How To Make A Perfect Resume That Matches Your Career Goals
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Money – Spinning Industries For Fresh Graduates
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Telecom Job Search – How To Get An Edge Above Other Job Seekers
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Filed under: Career Planning, Jobs Tips, Online Jobs, Telecom Recruitment, Telecommunications Jobs | Tagged: Career Goals, Job Holders, Job Search, Telecom Job Search | Leave a Comment »
Posted on October 14, 2013 by weblinkindia
Finding a suitable Job that matches your profile is a very difficult task and the first step to accomplishing this task is to make a good Resume. A well made resume or CV is the best way to make a good first-impression on your future employer. As the popular adage says – “First impression is the last impression”, this is very relevant in the professional world. A well made CV could make all the difference between whether you are noticed by your future employers or your resume just becomes one of countless ones that are given a cursory glance & discarded.
It is important that you identify your Career Goals before writing your Resume. It is very important that the recruiter perceives what your Career Goals are, so that he could identify which Job profile will be suitable for you. Making a Resume or CV that give details about your professional aim would be very convenient if you follow the guidelines that are enlisted below:
- Before mentioning your Career Goals in your Resume or CV, it is obvious first you need to do some sort of self assessment about what your expectations from your professional life are. It is important that you find answers to following questions for understanding your Career Goals in a better way:
- Which part of your work at you last job was satisfactory for you?
- What according to you is job satisfaction?
- What tasks can you do more efficiently at your work place?
- Answers to above three questions will greatly help you in not just identifying your Career Goals but also in expressing them thoroughly in your Resume. Emphasizing on the answers of these questions in your Resume will make a good impression about your clarity of mind regarding your professional goals.
- It is also important to identify what kind of business environment and workplace culture will suit you. Mentioning few details about your comfort zone will get you quicker response from the potential employers.
- It is very important that you highlight your skills and interests in your Resume because they will surely help the recruiter to have a better insight about your professional goals
- Finally, it is important that you highlight your suitability for the Job profile & how it matches with your career aspirations.
When you have clearly identified and understood what your Career aspirations and goals are then start making an elaborate and detailed Resume or CV accordingly. It is possible that you miss out some important points because you may really not know about the perfect Resume Format that will be noticed easily by potential recruiters. Therefore, availing Resume Making services from a credible company would be highly beneficial.
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Posted on September 20, 2013 by weblinkindia
The Security Industry is one of the most respected industries all over the world. It offers a respectful and promising career to its operatives. The Security Officials, be it, guards, policemen or soldiers, are the people the society relies upon. Security officials make the society feel secure. This industry acts as a vigilante for the society. Skills required for working in this sector include physical fitness, observation skills, team-work tendencies, integrity, reliability and alertness.
Why Work In The Security Industry?
- Career progression: Various Career development Pathways are offered to employees in this sector along with on-job training. Deserving candidates receive promotions in ranks very easily and career progression is at a good pace.
- Exciting Work-Profile: The work profile of this industry is exciting and adventurous.
- Respected Industry: The Security Industry is a highly respected industry as this sector monitors and safeguards the society against crime and other anti-social elements.
- Wide Range Of Jobs: The Security industry offers a wide variety of jobs. Ranging from guards to inspectors to soldiers to lieutenants.
- Social Welfare: Protecting the society and ensuring its safety and security is a job of social welfare. If you are keen towards doing something for the society, just enter this industry and serve the society. You will not need to perform additional social work as your job in itself will be a social welfare.
- Additional Benefits & Privileges: Army and other Security Personnel as well as their families are entitled to various benefits and privileges like discounts, seat reservation for students, etc. at many government & non-government institutions.
Remember, Security Jobs require dedication and sacrifice. You have to be very vigilant, observant and physically fit to be good at a security job. So, if you have these skills and you are looking for a job in a respectful and promising industry, the Security Industry is the best sector for you to apply. Here, you can not only serve the society but your progress as an individual is also assured. If you are hard-working and dedicated towards your job, there is no stopping you in the Security Industry.
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Posted on August 23, 2013 by weblinkindia
Are you looking for a stable job? Do you want to work in a field that pays well, yields respect and provides additional benefits.
Banking Sector is the right place for you to apply! Banking sector is one of the most promising sectors for professionals. This sector offers a wide range of well-paid jobs. To get a job in the banking sector, you can either directly apply or take an IBPS test. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) tests are conducted for recruitment, promotion, assessment, training and R&D. Here is a list of major banking profiles:
- Bank Cashier: This profile is generally sales oriented and includes responsibilities like basic bank transactions, updating accounts, checking statements, cashing checks, etc. Bank cashiers are paid on a per hour basis generally.
- Bank Clerks: Bank clerks handle various tasks like finances, accounts, administration and security. There are various bank clerks including account clerks, exchange clerks, interest clerks, loan clerks, security clerks and statement clerks. Intermediates or graduates are eligible for this position and they are offered a pay scale of 13k to 15k per month.
- Bank PO (Probationary Officers): A bank PO is an officer grade employee of the bank who handles general banking that includes administration, loan management, handling consumer complaints etc. Generally, the eligibility criterion for Bank PO aspirants is Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University. The age slab to apply is 20-30 yrs. Average salary offered to bank Pos is 20k to 25k.
- Bank Specialist/ Generalist Officers: There are various scales in this category of banking professionals.
- Junior Management Scale I (Grade B) Generally no experience is required.
- Middle Management Scale II (Grade – A) 2 yrs experience is required.
- Middle Management Scale III (Grade – A) 5 or more years of experience is required.
- Senior Management Scale IV – Grade – A) 10 to 15 years of experience is required.
Banking sector offers jobs for people from various qualification levels and promises good appraisals periodically. Apart from the stability that bank jobs cater, there are other additional benefits like easy loans, interest waivers, etc. to bank employees.
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Posted on August 16, 2013 by weblinkindia
In recent times, there has been observed a significant increase in the number of people looking for Waitressing & Bartending Jobs at small and up-scale food and beverage establishments. The majority of these Hospitality Jobs are part time attracting more and more young job seekers and at the same time creating a situation of strong competition. Another reason why Waitressing & Bartending Jobs have become all the rage is the possibility of earning good amount of tips. On the whole, even as there is strong competition in this sector, young job seekers are interested in becoming Waitresses and Bartenders because of the jobs are well-paid and come with flexible working hours.
Below-Mentioned Are The Job Responsibilities, Work Areas And Eligibility Related To Waitressing & Bartending Jobs:
Waitresses and Bartenders are required to politely cater to the customers or visitors. Some of their main duties are:
- Welcome the customers, inform them regarding the daily specials, and provide them the menus
- Confirm the identification of customers to make sure that they qualify the legal drinking age
- Take orders from the customers
- Pour the drinks and serve the ordered foodstuff
- Clean the tables, bars, etc.
- Maintain liquor and bar inventory
- Manage the cash records and collect payments from the customers
- Manage the functioning and maintain the order
Waitresses and Bartenders get to work in:
- Full-service restaurants
- Drinking places (particularly alcoholic beverages)
- Social, civic, professional, and likewise organizations
- Traveler lodging, mainly including hotels & motels
- Other recreation and hospitality sectors
Becoming A Waitress Or Bartender:
There are no specific qualification requirements, yet there are certain factors that can be really helpful in becoming a Waitress or Bartender. Have a look:
- Short-term or long-term on-the-job training
- Work experience of varied food & beverage establishments
- Customer service skills
- Decision-making capabilities
- Communication skills
- Stamina to work during odd hours
- Passion and willingness to work in a team
- Patience to deal with overly intoxicated customers
In the next 10 years to come, employment of waitresses and bartenders is estimated to grow by 9%. Similarly, the competition too is supposed to get even tougher. If you are looking for a full-fledged or even short-term career in this field of hospitality, take into account the above-mentioned information.
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Posted on June 4, 2013 by weblinkindia
Freelance Jobs Online – An Easy Way To Make Money
Internet has proved to be a boon to us in more ways than one. Among the many advantages of the Internet, one of the significant one includes the rising availability of Online Freelance Jobs. Online Freelance Jobs have come as a blessing for many individuals who due to a plethora of reasons are unable to work full-time; such individuals may include – students, housewives, etc [...]
HR Consultants – Your Best Bet For Finding A Great
Getting a good job is not a cakewalk, it requires a lot of hard work & patience, & even then it may happen that you may fail to find a suitable job. To save yourself from this disappointment, & for expert guidance on how to go about the job search in a systematic manner, you can get in touch with experienced HR consultants [...]
IT Jobs: A Great Career ChoiceThere is no doubt about the fact that Information technology is ruling the roost these days. Computers, tablets, mobile phones & many other gadgets have taken over our lives completely. IT has assumed a crucial role in our lives today. Not only that, IT is the driving force of several other industries, whether it is entertainment, healthcare, education, or any other [...]
Successful Job Hunting Tips
Job Hunting is by no means an easy task, but it does not have to as tough as many make it out to be. Those who have undergone the process sometime in the past, or are presently searching for a job, will surely agree that it is quite a learning experience & gives valuable insight into the workings of the job market [...]
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Posted on May 3, 2013 by weblinkindia
Myths Of Career Success
A competitive employment market has resulted in a scenario where all available techniques on “how to excel in one’s career” are followed in a desperate attempt to achieve Career Success. Cheap guides to Career Success, written by inexperienced writers, are easily found in the market [...]
What To Ask In Your Job Interview
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Qualities Of A Good Team Leader
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Tips On Writing a Resume to Get a Promotion
The first and foremost requirement, when looking for a change of job profile and establishment on works for, it is very essential to get your resume in line. For recruiters, the one document that establishes the credibility at one glance is the nature and competence of a resume [...]
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Posted on April 16, 2013 by weblinkindia
Traditional interviews used to be question and answer rounds where the hiring managers asked the questions and the candidates answered. The written and oral recommendations were trusted completely and there were often only limited responses to the job posts which qualified. Modern Job Interviews are much more complex affairs where the hiring managers have to verify the sincerity of the candidates among other things. Modern Job Interviews are more in the patterns of conversations rather than question and answer rounds. Modern Job Interviews offer opportunities where the candidate can put questions to the interviewer.
The opportunity of questioning the interviewer should be utilized well. It is a good idea to prepare the questions before hand rather than attempting to form them during the interview itself. Some of the questions which you can put to the interviewer are:
What Are The Qualities That You Are Looking For?
It would be very helpful to know the expectations which your bosses will have from you while you serve in the post. Most of the job requirements which are posted by the companies provide the job profile where the basic requirements are mentioned, but asking the interviewer about it would provide further clarifications. You would be in a better position to tackle the interview and put the stresses on the relevant parts of your experience. This question should be asked at the beginning of the interview.
What Are The Expected Challenges?
A question about the challenges in the job will not only put you in better perspective of the post, but the ensuing conversation puts you in a convenient position to present your abilities to handle the challenges of the job. This would be a good question to ask if you are a fresher.
What Are The Appraisal / Incentive Policies?
This is a question which most candidates shy away from, thinking that it would hamper his chances of getting selected. It is actually quite the opposite. A candidate who enquires about the appraisal policies is a candidate who is looking for growth and often leaves a favorable impression on the interviewer. This question also opens the opportunities for salary negotiation.
Would You Like To Discuss Anything In Resume Which Looks Like Shortcomings?
This question is a sound way of ending the interview. This question provides you with the opportunities of defending your weak points. Many a job opportunity has been lost due to weaknesses which the candidate did not have a chance to clarify or defend.
Though the opportunity of questioning the interviewer should be utilized, it is also important to ask the correct questions. Do not put questions just for the sake of asking them. This very often leads to questions with obvious answers and ends up providing a negative image before the interviewer.
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Posted on April 9, 2013 by weblinkindia
A competitive employment market has resulted in a scenario where all available techniques on “how to excel in one’s career” are followed in a desperate attempt to achieve Career Success. Cheap guides to Career Success, written by inexperienced writers, are easily found in the market. Due to the desire for Career Success, such guides are very popular. However, care must be taken while following them as not all what they say is true. Following are some of the myths which circulate in the employment market.
The Most Qualified Is the Most Successful
The notion that the most qualified is always the most successful is actually a continuation of what we are taught during our academic life. Parents and teachers propagate this idea that the one who puts in the effort behind the studies gets the best marks. However, this does not necessarily apply in the case of one’s professional life. It is not necessary that the ones with the highest qualification get the best relevant jobs or that they excel in their career. The key points which affect Career Success are the presentation of one’s skills and talents and the application of the knowledge in the practical affairs of the business.
Hard Work Is Enough For Career Success
There is an age old saying that if one works hard, that is enough to fetch success. This is unfortunately not true in the modern job scenario. Modern organizations have hundreds of employees working under them. Thus, it is very easy for hard work to escape the notice of the management. It is very important that the hard work and dedication is marketed well and it is ensured that it comes to the notice of the management. Good appraisals are received not due to the hard work of the employee. It is received because the management knows about his hard work. As goes the saying in cricket, “You do not get a wicket because the batsman is out. You get it because the batsman is out in the eyes of the umpire.
The First Offer Made To You Is The Best Offer
One way in which the performance of the human resource department is measured is how less they have recruited the employee at. Thus, never believe that the first offer made to you is the best that the company can afford. There is always a margin of improvement which can be stretched, based on your negotiation skills. Most organizations expect you to negotiate and feel disappointed if you don’t.
It is better to stay practical while pursuing Career Success. The utopian ideas may have a feel good factor in them, and sometimes are even important for personal growth, but not all of them are true in the modern job market.
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