A Simple Formula for Answering “Tell Me About Yourself”

Posted on September 9th, 2017 by Livingstone Were

There are some job interview questions that are guaranteed to come up in most (if not all) of your job interviews — regardless of your industry, your experience level, and job type. This question (or a variation like “Walk me through your background”) comes up in just about every job interview and many job searchers hate it. […]

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6 Steps To Ensure A Successful Job Search After Losing Your Job

Posted on September 9th, 2017 by Gilbert

Normally starting a job search is something you should want to do not have to. But, the world we live in is anything but ideal so you cannot always start a job search because you want to. So what do you do when you have lost your job and are forced to start looking for […]

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4 Salary Negotiation Tips To Help You Get A Better Offer

Posted on September 7th, 2017 by Gilbert

Salary negotiation may be a very complex task for some people. It all requires diligence and smart approach. Having the best salary negotiation tips at your fingertips is as important a preparation as any other things a job seeker should know when they are readying themselves for an interview. This is because not all employers […]

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Tips on getting a job straight from college

Posted on September 7th, 2017 by Ruth

After graduation, you need to be smart to find a a job in this highly competitive labour market. Graduation day is a celebrated occasion where we find hopeful candidates full of hopes and dreams about their desired jobs. Fast forward to several months which might even mature to some years, walking in and out of […]

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Job Hunting Advice For The Young & Old That Works

Posted on August 21st, 2017 by Livingstone Were

Job Hunt – Advice For Mature and Entry Levels Job Seekers By Jacqueline Kariuki. “I need a job, I have been laid off and I need to make money to cater for my family’s upkeep.” These honest cries from a 55 year old job seeker got me thinking. Can one get employed after 50? Does the Kenyan […]

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7 Things Qualified Job Seekers Forget When Applying for Jobs

Posted on August 20th, 2017 by Adpanel Kenya

We get it; not getting a job can be seriously frustrating. But if you are ready to quit the blame and change your odds, we can help you by pointing out those things you always forget. And in turn, you have to promise to accept the mistakes and make appropriate changes in your next applications. […]

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4 Things To Consider Before Relocating For A New Job

Posted on July 31st, 2017 by Adpanel Kenya

Things To Consider Before Relocating For A New Job. Congratulations on your new job. You must be weighing your options about moving closer to the job, asking yourself if it’s worth it or not. Relocation might be the most difficult part after you have secured a new job. What if you get a transfer sooner […]

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10 Best Companies In Kenya To Work For In 2017

Posted on July 29th, 2017 by Adpanel Kenya

Are you a graduate still looking for a job? You definitely want to work for the best companies in Kenya. And being the best doesn’t necessary have to do with compensation, because at the end of the day, your satisfaction as an employee matters most. You might earn a good salary and be miserable all […]

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Job Relocation: Should You Move for a Job?

Posted on May 11th, 2017 by Adpanel Kenya

Following your dreams from town to town In some countries, such as the United States or Canada, moving to a new city for a job is nothing to write home about, so to say. It is a common thing. You work in Phoenix and you get a better job offer in New York City? You […]

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The Best Way to Answer “What’s Your Biggest Weakness?” In a Job Interview

Posted on March 24th, 2017 by Adpanel Kenya

What’s Your Biggest Weakness What is the best way to answer this question?, well continue reading, we have the best answer for you. “You’ve told me about your strengths—now, can you share what you consider to be your biggest weakness?” It’s the question that nobody likes. Well, except for hiring managers—who ask it pretty frequently—which […]

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