HeyU Special Edition - Year 12 and beyond - Page 10

special edition How Do I Become More Employable? If you’re just starting to think about university, graduation and employment in your chosen field seem a very long way away, but there are things you can do throughout your study, and even your part-time job to become more employable. GET THAT JOB FROM YOUR POCKET You could get your dream job with the help of that handy device sitting in your pocket! From job search apps that give you real-time access to opportunities to apps that help you practice answers to common interview questions, we’ve got you covered! 1. SEEK Available for free on: Seek and you shall find! Search for jobs, shortlist interesting roles, monitor your industry with favourites searches, track jobs you’ve applied for and apply faster with pre-filled application forms and resumes stored in your account. 2. Nail that job Available for free on: Whatever stage of the job search process you happen to be in, this is a handy reference tool with lots of great practical advice. Find out how to increase your chances of securing an interview and check out what to say (and what not to say) when you get there. Available on Android and iOS from this link: www.graduateopportunities.com/free-downloads/nail-that-job-app Get that job from your pocket Available for free on: LinkedIn From 3. real-time access to job opportunities and practicing answers to common interview questions, these 10 apps Build your personal brand, make industry connections and stay informed with personalised news on LinkedIn. Follow industry leaders will help you get for that job! advice and inspiration as well as companies you’re interested in to find out about the latest vacancies as soon as they’re advertised. View and save recommended jobs, or apply to jobs directly with your LinkedIn profile in just one tap. Interview tips: from your head to your toes Find out how you can refine your most important communication tool and nail your next job interview. Simon: How to increase your employability as a graduate Simon explains how he got hooked on extra- curricular activities at uni and how this will help his career. Read more