This Diwali, gift yourself a new Career!
For most of us, the festival of Diwali is an excellent occasion to make auspicious beginnings. And what can be more auspicious than embarking upon a new career with the beginning of the new year.
Traditionally, Diwali is the time when not only households but even businesses launch fresh initiatives such as opening new stores and product lines. On the same note, HR departments too prefer to initiate major recruitment drives during this time.
This makes it the ideal time for job seekers to brace up for getting shortlisted and selected by potential employers.
Put your best foot forward
Use the festive season to better present your profile and CV. Consult your friends or professionals on how you can create a professional looking CV. Even better, click here to create a free Smartprofile. MeraJob’s unique offering – SmartProfile™ – captures and highlights key information about a candidate in the form of a visually appealing format to present to Employer.
Enhance your skill-set
There is always demand for individuals who stand out in terms of their skills and capabilities. Diwali is the time when you can start a new course or a skills workshop to be the best version of yourself and be preferred by employers.
Brush up your interview skills
It is always better to understand a few key techniques before heading for a job interview that include how to handle nervousness, how to present yourself and how to answer tough questions. Click here to watch helpful videos on becoming a pro in handling job interviews.
Search for new jobs
BPO jobs, marketing jobs, back office jobs – no matter what is the genre you are targeting, you can find plenty of job opportunities on the MeraJob website. MeraJob removes barriers of distance, access and information and helps find the right opportunity based on their skills and preferences.
MeraJob wishes you a Happy New Year and a better life
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