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Job Search Advice

This section covers the basics of the job search process with insights on career planning and how the Michael Page team can assist you in finding your next role.
Taking the time to match your skills, personality and aspirations to a potential job is crucial in finding a role that will suit you. Working in a job you love greatly increases your chances of long-term career success and satisfaction, so it’s important to make the right decision.
A succinct, detailed career plan is one of the most useful tools you can use to identify where you are, where you want to be and how to get there.
The role of a recruitment consultant is to facilitate the best possible match between you and a potential employer.
As a recent university graduate, taking the first steps toward a new career is an exciting and rewarding experience, provided you are prepared, focused and flexible in your approach. Here are some practical suggestions to help you make a smooth and successful transition from school to the workforce.
An increasing number of employers are using social networking sites and online search engines to research job applicants. Similar to your resume, your online profile creates an image of you to a potential employer, so it is critical to make sure you make a good impression on anyone who discovers you online. Consider these tips to help manage and protect your online reputation.
Finding a new job can be extremely challenging – and lengthy, even for the most experienced professional.
There are many different factors at play during a hiring process as every job application, interview and rejection/success will be unique.
Employers are increasingly using social media channels to screen potential new employees. Whether you’re an avid user of social media or not, it will likely play a role in your job search.
Today’s job seekers are increasingly using blogs and personal websites to further market their expertise and enhance their online brand.
Internships provide a great opportunity to gain commercial experience and learn new skills. Participants who stand out and display a genuine capacity for a role may be able to turn their interning experience into a job offer.