How To Explain Gaps In Your CV

When preparing your CV for a new job role, you’ve probably tailored it to make your experience match the role and show why you’re the best candidate for the job. And whilst showing all the experience you have is a great way to make you stand out to potential recruiters and hiring managers, what about...

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Cv Tip’s for Civil Engineer

No matter what engineering job you are looking for, writing a captivating CV is an essential part of the job finding journey. A well-written civil engineering CV, which details all your most notable qualities, can increase your chances of getting an interview for the role. Learning how to write a good civil engineering CV may...

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Why People are Resigning

Multiple studies have been released this year in both the UK and Ireland that are highlighting the sheer number of employees that are thinking about resigning from their jobs. Many are referring to this projection as ‘The Great Resignation’. Whilst we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and the job market re-adjusts, many are questioning whether...

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When it comes to applying to your dream job you could be one of the most qualified candidates, but if your CV (curriculum vitae) does not stand out, the employer could end up skipping your CV altogether. Unfortunately, this is more common in the present day where there can be hundreds, if not thousands of...

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When looking for a new job, your CV will need to wow recruiters and show them that you’re the best candidate for the job. But what exactly do recruiters want to see on your resume and how should that information be presented? Keep reading as we offer you some helpful hints and tips to make...

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Salaries Increasing

There is no slowdown in the momentum of further pay rises as the Republic’s economy continues to grow, according to experts’ predictions in a report published 0n Thursday last. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) latest report predicts that the Republic’s wealth will continue growing strongly. Average pay grew by 3.5 per cent...

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The continuing uncertainty surrounding the eventual outcome of Brexit shows some encouraging signs of a slowdown in the inflationary curve of the domestic property market sales in Ireland, and Dublin in particular in recent months. Recent surveys have shown that the year on year figure has slowed to 2% increase in prices across the board...

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  Dublin Port Company C.E.O. Eamonn O’Reilly has recently announced a revised capital investment programme of €1 billion over the next ten years to keep abreast of the continuing expansion of the Port. This figure shows an increase of €400 million over the investment projected last year. Dublin Port has seen growth of 37% over...

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    At the recent launch of the “Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Guidance” document for the Construction Industry Federation, aimed at addressing the significant gender imbalance in the industry, key Construction leaders say that more female professionals in Project Management, Architecture and Engineering skills are essential to meeting the current demand, and to deliver Ireland’s...

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