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How to Know What Skills You’re Missing and Then Do Something About It

Posted by Sara Sakkal February 3, 2016 0 Comment

It’s been a month since the New Year started, and if you’re like most people, then you started it off with goals and plans to improve your life this year. If those goals are to improve you career, then you’re in luck. has over 15 years of experience in “lifestyle engineering”, providing people with […]

6 Questions to Ask During a Job Interview That Will Make the Employer Want to hire You

Posted by Jawanna Sawalha January 28, 2016 0 Comment

Job interviews are a two-way street and you should be interviewing the employer just as much as they are interviewing you. You both need to walk away convinced that the job would be an ideal fit. So always go prepared, have some questions ready, and make sure you use the time you have to it’s […]

7 Grammar Mistakes Employers Hate to See on Your CV and How to Avoid Them

Posted by Roba Assi January 13, 2016 0 Comment

What’s the #1 thing that employers in the Middle East look for when hiring? Good communication skills in Arabic and English. The truth is, whether you’re applying for a position that requires a lot of writing or not, employers do care about how well you communicate. After all, you’ll be an essential part of the image of […]

How to Customize Your CV for a Marketing Position [Examples]

Posted by Zeina Issa January 5, 2016 1 Comment

Writing a good CV is probably the most difficult part of a job search. It is the part that can make or break your chances of landing a job interview, especially when you know that most employers will spend no more than 10 seconds reading your CV. A professional CV will impress employers at first […]

5 Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your CV

Posted by Ghady El Hajj December 9, 2015 0 Comment

Your CV is like your business card – it includes all the skills and characteristics that make you a good match for the job. With the advent of online recruitment sites, employers come across hundreds, if not thousands of CVs, when looking for the perfect candidate. Only those with the best CVs and best first impressions will be shortlisted, so […]

4 Job Search Tips for Young Women Looking for Their First Job

Posted by Reem Boudraa December 2, 2015 0 Comment

Too often young women think that if they’re working hard and doing a good job they’ll get promoted. It’s not a surprising assumption, given that it’s the route to good grades at school and university, but you’ll need a more sophisticated approach to drive your career forward. Whether you’re searching for a job or trying […]

Nervous Before an Interview? Here’s How to Avoid Interview Stress

Posted by Roba Assi November 30, 2015 1 Comment

If you are one of the many job seekers who feel really nervous at the very thought of interviewing for a new position, the following are some basic tips to help you through your interview woes. Be prepared! The interview is not the time to rack your brain for the answer to, “How long did […]

Why You Should Consider Working for an NGO

Posted by Reem Boudraa November 2, 2015 0 Comment

Have you ever experienced that feeling that comes right after helping an elderly man cross the street or a lost child find his parents? Is it overwhelming? Self-gratifying? Awe-inspiring? Now, I want you to take that feeling, multiply it and imagine that it is part of your everyday life. This is exactly what working for an […]

13 Phone Interview Mistakes That May Cost You the Job

Posted by Sana Alam September 9, 2015 13 Comments

All recruiters will agree that we like to get the best talents on board. And the key element in the recruitment process is the JOB INTERVIEW. Interviews set the pace of how things will proceed. One of the most interesting types of interviews is the phone interview (or preliminary screening call) where recruiters try to screen out all […]

11 Mistakes Fresh Graduates Make While Looking for a Job

Posted by Juan Kurdi August 3, 2015 1 Comment

With increased competition and little to no work experience, fresh graduates today are struggling to find a decent job. And while most of them firmly believe that their lack of experience is what is jeopardizing their job search, results from our research disagree with that assumption. The truth is, employers in the Middle East are increasingly tapping […]

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