These Are The Toughest IT Roles To Fill In Australia

Wondering which area of IT to specialise in? A study by job ads site indeed has identified the advertised vacancies which remain unfilled after 90 days or more, providing a pointer to the area where skills are lacking.

If Your Interviewer Has A Negative Attitude, Don't Copy It

In business and in life, copying someone’s behaviour can build a rapport. In an interview setting, that might work against you if the interviewer is annoyed.

JobHero Organises Your Job Hunt, Reminds You To Follow Up

Following up with a job application is arguably just as important as applying in the first place. JobHero helps you keep track and organise your job hunt from start to finish.

The Industries Where Networking Matters More For Getting A Job

“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” That holds true for many job seekers, but some industries tend to hire more from employee referrals than others.

Call Support If You Want A Job

Even if a company has no posted job openings, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a job there. Sometimes you can get your foot in the door by impressing someone in customer service.

Why Cyber Security Is All About The Right Hires

Effective IT security requires many elements — but none is more important than training people with appropriate skills, as Nigel Phair from the University of Canberra explains.

Build A Professional Bio That Highlights Your Career Achievements

Creating a solid professional bio is one of the best ways to open the door to a better career. It forces you think about the skills you want to highlight, and gives you a kind of “elevator pitch” to send to new contacts.

Ask LH: Can I Leave Job Titles Off My Resume?

Hey Lifehacker, I’ve been applying for jobs that will stretch me but encompass a range of skills and tasks that I have regularly performed through my career. However, I hit a stumbling block with my resume: my job titles are too similar and narrowly focused.

Killer Interview Question: What's The Most Frustrating Part Of Working Here?

A reverse take on our usual killer interview questions collection, with an interesting query you could throw at a potential boss: What’s the most frustrating part of working here?.

Embrace The Word 'We' In A Job Interview To Show You're A Team Player

In a job interview, you often end up talking about projects you’ve worked on in the past. When describing these projects, using the word “we” can show potential employers that you’re a team player.