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Jobseekers DonJobseekers Don't Believe Private Sector Is Public Sector Saviour
More than three-quarters (78%) of jobseekers do not think private sector job creation will offset public sector job losses, according to a survey from senior executive career site The research shows just 22% are more confident on landing a new job following the Budget. More...
Use Of Temps On The RiseUse Of Temps On The Rise
The use of temporary workers rose 10% in March, according to the latest data from procurer of temporary agency labour, de Poel. Figures show that the number of hours worked by temporary agency workers increased by an average of 10.36% in March, with sectors such as construction growing by 47% and retail by 12%. More...
Private Sector Employees Fearful On Losing JobsPrivate Sector Employees Fearful On Losing Jobs
Private sector employees are fearful about losing their jobs as well as their public sector counterparts as a result of the government's Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), according to IFF Research. Their research shows 57% of public sector workers agree with the statement More...

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How Job Board Friendly Is Your CV?How Job Board Friendly Is Your CV?
Job boards. Whether you love or hate them they're here to stay and are considered by many to be a vital tool for the modern job seeker. With most job boards you can browse a job vacancy database, which will have hundreds, maybe thousands of job vacancies, apply search filters to make sure that you only see the job vacancies that are right for you More...
How Not To Write A CVHow Not To Write A CV
There's plenty of advice available online talking about how to write a good CV: what to do, what to include, how to write it. But what shouldn't you do? What makes a bad CV, a CV that could potentially put recruiters off? More...
Are You Hiding Behind Your PC?Are You Hiding Behind Your PC?
2011 has got off to a flying start for me. I've been out of the office more than I've been in it, and have met more employers in January than the whole of November and December 2010 combined. The first thing that this has shown me, is that the jobs market is improving. More...

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