How to Cope with Aptitude Test Anxiety

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So, you received a reply back from a great company who is interested in proceeding through the initial stages of an interview with you, but you need to do an aptitude test? If you’re feeling suddenly stressed, you can rest assured knowing that this is a stage where most candidates experience anxiety. While aptitude tests can cause stress, it doesn’t need to be that way. Read on to discover how you can reduce your level of anxiety while performing well at that all-important moment.

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How to Use Your Network When Job Searching

Whether you’re looking to enter a new company, start a new career entirely, or you’re new to the workforce, you should have networks in place which prove invaluable in offering that first connection that could seal the deal for you as a new hire. Employers trust recommendations and introductions made by current, previous employees, as well as people in their community; here is how you can use your network to enhance your chances of success.

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The History of Psychometric Testing

Whether you are going through the recruitment process or simply thinking about applying for a new role, you’ve probably come across the all-important psychometric test. Psychometric tests may seem new, in the sense that most employers are now beginning to utilize them in recruitment efforts across the board, but what most people don’t realize is the lengthy history behind psychometric tests themselves, which have developed throughout human history to be the psychometric tests we take today.

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Applicant Tracking Systems and How They Affect Your Job Search

Applicant Tracking Systems

 

With plenty of qualified, experienced candidates eagerly looking for new roles, it has never been more challenging to find a new job. A single job opening can attract hundreds, potentially thousands of applications. Businesses have developed tools and strategies to save them time sorting through these applications, which are known as applicant tracking systems. What does this new method of recruitment mean and how can you tailor your job search to ensure you stand the best chance of an interview?

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How to Use LinkedIn When Job Searching

How to use LinkedIn when job searching

LinkedIn allows candidates to connect with a wider range of job opportunities and word of mouth recommendations at the touch of the button. However, many people seem confused about how this platform can help shape the job search. Today, we’re going to guide you through the best way to use LinkedIn when job searching, so you can not only find that amazing opportunity but also increase your chances a recruiter will discover you.

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Ace Your Aptitude Test with these 9 Arithmetic Tips

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If you’ve recently submitted a job application and passed the screening round, you may be called upon to complete an arithmetic focused aptitude tests. Aptitude tests are a great way to showcase your relevant skillset to a potential employer. However, most test takers report feeling unprepared to do well. Here are 9 tips to help you ace your upcoming arithmetic aptitude tests.
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15 Job Search Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

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Whether you are actively job seeking or thinking about making a career switch in the near future, it is good to know how to best utilize the job search process. With technology and human resources techniques evolving rapidly, you need to keep up to date with what to expect so you can make sure you’re making the kind of impression that will land you your dream role.

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