When it comes to choosing your references, remember that a reference can be the difference between a job offer and a rejection.
A good resume is a powerful aid to getting a job, no doubt about it. And it's possible that using a resume-writing service might get you a more telling resume than the one you write yourself. It's still something you should be wary about.
Cans and can'ts of writing a job application: The differences between making omissions, stretching the truth and outright lying.
Six things to keep in mind when writing a resume for a not-for-profit role.
In a job application, your cover letter is your chance to get a memorable riff going. You can tell a coherent story of why you're their dream come true. It's your big chance to make an impression.
At the end of a job interview, most interviewers will ask if you have any questions for them. Like all other questions they ask, they expect you to have an answer for this too.
It's a good idea to ask questions in an interview...just not these ones.
If you're working in the social sector, you're more than likely to be part of a team, and your success is going to depend in large part on how well the team works together.
21 things not to do in the waiting room and a couple of handy to dos.
Some practical information and advice on what can and cannot be asked in a job interview.