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Lessons You Can Learn From Our Top 10 Articles [2024 edition]

Ready to make 2024 your best year yet? Whether you’re looking for a new job, trying to get ahead at work, or just want to improve your career skills, we’re here to help. We’ve picked out the best tips from our top 10 articles of last year to give you a head start. Let’s jump in and make this year awesome!

Read up on the last year’s best career lessons and get a successful head-start in the New Year. At foundit, we help you to find the perfect job.

1. What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?

Talking about your strengths and weaknesses can be tricky. The main takeaway here is to be honest. When you talk about your strengths, be confident but not braggy. For weaknesses, it’s best to acknowledge them and share how you’re working to improve. Being genuine is what really counts.

2. Why should we hire you?

The question “Why should we hire you” can be tough if you’re not prepared. The key is to think about what the company needs and how your skills match up. Show them that you’re the right person for the job by explaining how you can help them succeed.

3. Here are 5 eye-catching resume templates to make that first impression

Your resume is often the first thing a hiring manager sees, so it needs to make a great impression. Pick some awesome sample of visual resumes that are both attractive and easy to read. The main lesson is to make your resume stand out visually, while still keeping all the important information clear and easy to find.

4. 6 Easy Ways to Tackle a Mid-Career Crisis

Dealing with mid-career challenges means taking some time to reflect and take action. If you feel stuck or unmotivated, think about what got you excited about your career in the first place and look for new challenges or learning opportunities.

5. What to wear to an interview?

You have a job interview tomorrow. You’ve learned everything about the company, you’re prepared for any questions they ask and you even arrived a few minutes early. First impressions matter, and what you wear to an interview is a big part of that. Think of your interview outfit as your personal armor, boosting your confidence and helping you feel ready to take on the world. Choosing the right outfit for the job you want shows that you’re professional and serious about your career. 

6. Avoid these 7 killer cover letter mistakes

Avoiding cover letter mistakes is crucial in the job application process. Personalizing each cover letter for the job you’re applying for and avoiding generic statements and typos can boost your chances.

7. Best Resignation Letter Samples

Whether you are leaving your employer on good terms or not, it’s proper protocol to submit a letter of resignation. You might be tempted to quickly write your resignation letter and move on, but this formal goodbye is worth further consideration.

8. How to answer the ‘Tell me about yourself’ question?

No one knows us better than ourselves – and yet, it can still be so difficult to talk about personality, achievements and aspirations eloquently. Often, an interviewer will let you set the scene by asking you to tell them a little bit about yourself in interview. But remember that it’s not time to repeat your CV word by word.

9. Fresh grads, this is how to negotiate your first salary

Getting your first job is like taking any major decision in life. Being aware of current affairs and industry trends can impress the interviewer – and can put you in a good position to negotiate your first salary.

10. How to explain that gap in your CV?

We all have gaps in our CVs at some point. Be honest about why you took time off and focus on what you did during that period, whether it was further education, volunteering, or personal projects. Be ready to reassure potential employers that you’re ready and eager to get back to work.

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