The Art of Successful Resume Writing

  In today’s job economy, hundreds and often thousands of resumes are submitted to any given job offer online. This makes it incredibly difficult to craft a resume that stands out from the rest. On the surface, a resume is nothing more than a piece of paper with a few over » Read More

LinkedIn strategy: a personalised approach

What if you don’t have a LinkedIn strategy … Sometimes a LinkedIn user only really starts to engage with the platform when they have a crisis. They have the career equivalent of a medical emergency, which jolts them into LinkedIn awareness. This is what happened to David, a successful » Read More

How to Start and End a Cover Letter

  Now that you’ve written your resume in English, and you’ve found a job advertisement, here are a few tips on how to write a respectable cover letter.  I consider these tips to be the ‘good manners’ you’d want to extend to your potential new company. When we’re editing » Read More

Resume in English – 5 Common Mistakes

Here are the five most common mistakes we come across at English Trackers when we edit non-native English speakers’ resumes. The difficulty in translating a CV lies in the fact that education systems are unique to each country. Move onto  job descriptions and company departments, and there’s a whole » Read More

4 Job Hunting Tips for New Graduates

Psst. Can’t be bothered to read? Why not listen to our recorded blog post instead?   Four job hunting tips for new graduates that will help get you ready for the workplace: Prepare your CV Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start when you’re sitting down » Read More