At Career Angels we give bachelor students the opportunity to work with us till they have completed
their master studies, so that they can experience and learn about the job market from an extremely safe perspective. Read more
We’ve already discussed the 3 signs that you’re a bad candidate: warning signs that you might be sending to recruiters and headhunters. The thing is, your CV might be sending the exact same signals. Read more
We regularly hold lectures, workshops and webinars for (senior) executives, MBA students & alumni, sharing our knowledge about executive job hunting.
Recently we’ve had a chance to cooperate with MIP Politecnico di Milano and conduct a webinar about “Job Search: international strategies to be a competitive candidate” for their MBA students.
We talked about: Read more
The scary truth is: headhunters and recruiters are very sensitive to some warning signs that whether you – as a candidate – might be potentially troublesome down the line. If you show any of them, you can be sure that you will not be kept in the recruitment process. Here the most important “red lights”: Read more
Our career advisory experience includes working with people coming frequently from very different backgrounds. Although they all work in different companies, places and industries, there is one thing they all have in common: career mistakes that they make.
What are they? Read more
“How will the job market for Project Managers be?”
We hear this question quite often, and forgive us – we do not have a crystal ball (yet). But we have some tips and hints that will allow you – an experienced Project Manager – to navigate the current and future job market.
This article by Jobbatical enlists some very, very basic mistakes that everyone should avoid if they don’t want to be crossed off the applicants list right away. We can’t say it often enough: most of the candidates underestimate the power of a well-written application while searching for a job! Don’t be one of them. Read more
The Internet is full of valuable and free materials on career management: interview guides, tips on how to write best CVs, etc. While the variety of sources comes in handy, it can also be confusing and raise questions on the quality or credibility. Fortunately, to spare you the effort of digging through the Internet and looking for the right source, we’ve found the best materials for you.
If writing a CV is so easy, why do most CVs we receive from experienced managers and (senior) executives contain most basic mistakes?
We were asked to review a CV by 376 experienced managers since 1.1.2017. 424 times in 2016… a total of 1530 times since 2014.
Here is the data for 2017 only. If the CVs were graded on a scale from 0 to 10, with 10 being the highest score: Read more
A comprehensive summary on general Outplacement Services and current market trends with an editable checklist for free download, here.