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‘No question is too big or too small’

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When we look at the world around us, technology’s influence over individuals is quite incalculable. Business meetings take place over Zoom, bank accounts are accessed from our smartphones, and it is likely that those under the age of 12 do not know the concept of chalk and a blackboard, with most classrooms using interactive whiteboards. Yes this is the generation of tech but what about those who are not tech savvy?

Getting up to speed on LinkedIn

Q: LinkedIn – I don’t know what to make of it. I’m told that I need to be on there, and I am, but just about. I have a profile that I haven’t kept updated and I never put up a post. Now and then, I might comment on a post, but that’s the height of it. I have run my own business most of my life but that has gone under and I need to get myself into something else. Any advice on how I can use LinkedIn to help me – particularly on keywords, everyone mentions those? (DG, email).

HERO Recruitment wins top industry award for third successive year

Galway’s HERO Recruitment managed to scoop the highly competitive accolade, Best in Engineering, Science and Pharma, for the third year in a row, at the National Recruitment Federation awards last week.

Report finds diversity and inclusion in workplace can be improved

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Over half (55%) of employees believe their leaders have a bias toward those who look, think and act like them, according to a survey of 850 men and women working across all levels of seniority in public and private sector organisations, by recruitment company Hays Ireland.

Should I include hobbies on my CV?

Q: I am doing my CV and my sister has my head cracked about putting in my hobbies. “I’m a bookkeeper,” I keep telling her, “they don’t care that I do a bit of acting and play football for the club. It’s not Tom Cruise or Harry Kane they’re hiring.” But, she is adamant. Should I take any heed of her? (DD, email).

Choosing the right words to let your CV shine

I cannot over-state the importance of choosing the right buzz words for your CV. A CV tends to be only two pages long, so every word counts – and preparing a good CV is the first, and a very important, step on getting the job that you want, writes Sabina Trench, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

New Year, New Career!

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Everyone knows the feeling. That voice in the back of your mind on the last day of Christmas Holidays that screams “No, don’t go back!” While some of us can write the nauseous feeling off to simply too many selection boxes and glasses of vino, many can genuinely dread the prospect of going back to work in January. If this is you, it might be time for a change.

Five tips for the job seeker’s LinkedIn profile

Recently unemployed or wanting to make a change from your current role? Having a LinkedIn profile will help to showcase your qualifications, experience and skills…but can you make your profile stand out from the other hundreds, if not more, also seeking similar roles? The following five tips will help you do just that, writes SARAH QUINN, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers

Six job-searching tips for new graduates

You’re fresh out of college, just got the results (congrats) and now the real world beckons. Chances are you will soon be facing your first serious job interview. That has prompted Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers, to compile these six simple tips.

Why your CV needs to know where it’s going

Q: I’m a jack-of-all-trades in my work. I do everything and anything yet sometimes when my husband asks me what I did all day, I don’t know what to say. My job title is Marketing Executive, but, in reality, I do a whole lot more than that. I quite like the fact that my role is so varied, but I am worried about how it can all make sense on my CV? (AG, email).

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