In this section we have assembled a range of commonly asked questions from job seekers which we hope will help clarify matters for you on a broad range of topics.
Quite often, job seekers are hampered by lack of relevant information which sometimes deters them from securing suitable vacancies. If you have a pressing issue relating to your own particular situation which you think may be detrimental to you in securing a job, you should not be deterred by it. In our experience, there is always a practical way of accommodating the problem either on your CV, application form or during the interview.
Commonly asked Questions from school leavers deals with questions such as "If I left school without taking my GCSE subjects, how should I present it on my CV?".
Recent Graduates might typically want an answer to a question such as "I am a recent graduate in one particular field and seek employment in another. What should I do?".
Professional women quite often ask "What if I am returning to the labour market after numerous years of nurturing children?".
On interviews unforeseen circumstances may cause one to ask "What if I arrive too late for an interview?".
Job Application Forms are quite often complex and can cause trepidation. A typical query on forms is "What if I do not wish to reveal past salary details or health issues, as some employers demand?".
Finally, on CV writing, a question often asked is "What if my work history is not relevant to the post I am applying for?".
We hope you find these and numerous answers to other commonly asked questions helpful in your job search.