Applying for jobs? Get your CV sorted to give the best impression

You’re home and enjoying the luxury of having your meals/washing done for you – but don’t abuse it – there’s a limit to how long your folks will allow you to sleep until lunch time, leave the toilet seat up and wet towels on the bathroom floor. Before you push them to the limit – let them see you’re serious about finding a job by getting your CV in order.  It really is worth spending time getting this right and there are certain guidelines worth following to get the best results – here are a few worth noting: Your CV…

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Hunting for a very specific job?

Here’s the thing – you’ve got your degree, but you still don’t feel your CV will be adequate to get that specific job that you’re after. It’s a difficult choice – do you apply for jobs now and risk rejection when you know you don\’t have evidence of the skills required, or do you continue working to achieve all the skills you feel are necessary to land your ideal job? On the one hand your parents are probably thinking it’s time you got a job and earned some money – and to be fair they’ve probably had to do without…

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Clutter-free dorms = better health & happiness …

You may not be bothered if your dorm room is cluttered, BUT, according to Feng Shui (the ancient art of arranging our living and work spaces to enhance the quality of our lives), clutter can block the flow of chi, lead to stagnation, disturb sleep and generally prevent things in your life from moving forward. It’s not just clutter in your dorm that causes concentration problems – the opportunities for socialising, drinking, late nights and junk food now that you’re away from home lead to clutter in your head too!  You may even find it difficult to fit studying in to…

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