Which Tech Jobs Are Seeing The Fastest Growth?

If you’re hunting for a job in tech, it helps to know which areas are experiencing demand (as well as what you’ll get paid). New data from job search site Indeed highlights the job titles in Australia which have seen the biggest increase in vacancies posted over the last year.

Killer Interview Question: What Did You Achieve On Your Happiest Day At Work?

Another addition to our killer interview questions collection: What did you achieve on your happiest day at work?.

Know When To Apply For A Job You Aren't Qualified For

Most job descriptions explain the skills the employer wants from the applicant. If you think you can do 80% of the stuff required, go ahead and apply.

Seven Resume Strategies For The Long-Term Unemployed

Having big gaps on your resume can feel embarrassing — you know the person reading it will take note, and probably will consider it a negative. How do you get ahead of their judgement to make your case? Here’s a few tips on what you can do when your resume has large gaps.

Answer Interview Questions With The 'Present-Past-Future' Formula

Simple interview questions like “Tell me about yourself” aren’t always easy to answer. Telling a story that mentions the present, past, and future gives hiring managers the information they need to evaluate you.

Write But Don't Deliver Your Resignation Letter When You Want To Quit

If you’re thinking about quitting your job, it’s easy to get caught up in the negatives, jot down a resignation letter, deliver it, then walk away. Writer Todd Henry suggests an alternate approach: write that resignation letter, but don’t deliver it.

Never Include Your Hobbies On Your Resume

One of the key rules for an effective resume is to keep it as short as possible, so you need to scrap all extraneous information. One obvious candidate? Don’t include lists hobbies or recreational activities.

Format Your Resume Differently To Downplay Job Hopping

Job hopping is a red flag for many recruiters and employers and can potentially hurt your career. If you have a history of several short jobs, though, all is not lost. Here’s some advice from resume pros to downplay that jumpy background.

How Handwritten Letters Can Help Your Career

Taking the time to write someone a letter — without requesting anything or asking for favours — can actually be a great way of making professional connections. It’s a surprising and charming way of putting yourself on the radar, if only to say hello.

Job Search Is Increasingly Dominated By Mobile

Your resume should be carefully crafted, and that’s going to need a keyboard — but when it comes to seeking out jobs and sending in your resume, chances are you’ll do it with a mobile device.