Jetheights Nigeria Career Advice Centre
It’s common for many young professionals today to have frequent job changes throughout their early career. Whether they’re searching for their dream job or haven’t found the right fit, young professionals are changing jobs faster than ever.
Timi, a first class graduate of Banking and Finance found luck in his quest for employment when he got a call for an interview.
With thousands of applicants waiting to get employed, recruiters now utilise aptitude tests to shortlist candidates. This does not only save them time, but also provides a cost-effective means of selecting the right candidates for the right jobs. With today’s technology, applicants do not have to converge at a place; you can write an aptitude test right within the confines of your home.
What’s the one piece of paper you expect to represent your entire identity? No, not your birth certificate or International Passport. It’s your résumé, and the reason it’s so valuable is because it’s going to land you your dream job. Right?
All job offers comes with requirements and one of the common requirement is a “minimum of Second Class Upper Division”. What happens to majority of Nigerian graduates who graduated with Second Class Lower or even below that.
Having a career is like birthing a child. You have to nurse it and watch it grow. And by reflex, you are always thinking, worrying, happy or crying about it.
Your cover letter is your opportunity to grab a recruiter’s attention. It is the hook that gets an employer to read your resume and invite you for an interview.
If you worry about your first interview or your next, then this is the infographic you need. It gives you several tips to help you sail through any interview and the etiquette you should observe during the interview.
Over 4,000 people will be rendered jobless if the National Examination Council (NECO) is scrapped as recommended by the Oronsaye panel, the Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) has warned.
This is to inform the general public that online application for admission into the postgraduate School of the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna will be available for sale from 25th March 2013 to 21st June 2013 . Admission into NDA is open to both MALE and FEMALE Nigerians.
It seems so simple, doesn’t it? After all, who better knows where you’ve been and what you’ve done than you? Open up your Word file and dump all that information into a pleasing format, forward it to a prospective employer or two, then sit back and wait for the phone to ring.
National Directorate of Employment, Lagos State chapter, has said 5,000 jobs will be created in the state at the end of 2013 through the Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme.
As a recruiter myself I do most of the things highlighted in this article, it is current, modern and these are some of the reasons most Nigerian graduates are struggling. – Ayo Alex Alao.
The interview is one of the most important elements in the job search process. When an employer invites you to an interview, he/she is indicating an interest in bringing you on board. The interview gives both of you the opportunity to exchange enough information to determine if you are a good ‘fit’ for each other. Think of an interview as of a highly focused professional conversation.
Train as a client care/call center representative and earn about N90,000 on a regular basis monthly.
Here are top 7 highest paying Jobs To Know About in 2013
I have observed that creating a CV in Nigeria is something people held off for as long as feasible and when they at some point get to it, they have the perception that so long as vital elements such as work experience, instructional certifications and bio-data are in place, a CV is full.
Job interview tips: some common questions you will be asked and how to answer them! Learn what to say to impress and get that job!
This Year 2013: Here is a video that takes the stress out of writing your resume. You’ll learn the 10 Rules for constructing an effective Resume. These rules will give you the confidence to write it quickly and more importantly, to discuss it effectively.