These are the top 11 things to avoid
Hiring managers receive around 75 CVs for every post, so it's important to get it spot on
A university education and a prestigious job title do not necessarily mean you'll be raking in cash
The top cliché, used by 22.5 per cent of candidates, is 'hardworking'
Candidates applying for jobs care far more about their own credentials than the companies they want to work for do
Bradford has been crowned with the dubious title of 'worst' town
Congratulations! You’ve landed an interview for what will (hopefully) be your first-ever full-time job. Now only one thing stands between you and that first gig: the ever-important interview.
Some of the best excuses sound deeply suspicious
Muslims men were found to be 76 percent less likely to get a job offer than their Christian counterparts
The profile of the workforce is changing: middle-aged people are losing their jobs to either robots or young people who have a more intuitive understanding of technology
Employees at the tech firm explain what it is really like to work for 'the Big G'
Successful in securing a place on a grad scheme? The work is not over yet, and one grad schemer gives her tips on how to get ahead in your first year
75% of employers select candidates using Facebook
And it seems that working for people who are worth $20million or more isn't always fun...
More than nine in ten workers admit they would rather hear bad company news than nothing at all, as 79% say they do not trust their managers who failed to share company data
Women reveal they have been reprimanded for not wearing enough make-up, dressing 'too old', and another was told her dress was 'too pink'