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SEEK, Australia's number one employment marketplace, announces today the acquisition of GradConnection, Australia’s most popular graduate job search marketplace.
Now on to the cover letter. Should you send one, or not? Our recruitment team agree sending a cover letter is almost always the best decision, even if the job application doesn’t ask for one. Plus, if they don’t need a cover letter, sending one will demonstrate you’re a motivated candidate. So ultimately, you can’t go wrong!
When you complete your application online, you will also need to upload your curriculum vitae (CV). A good CV is accurate and up to date, and gives our recruiters an insight into you, your interests, qualifications and professional interests.
So, you just landed your first graduate job! Whether it’s the job of your dreams or a side step while you work towards your goals – your first year lays the foundation for your career. Here are a few tips to help you succeed.
1 in 5 recruiters will reject a candidate before reaching the end of their resume (Source: New College of the Humanities), so in order to get the job you’re applying for, how do you write a resume?
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