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04 Jan
2015

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

What’s Missing from Your Resume?

This post originally appeared on Job Search Ninja   You need to stand out. If you’ve been job hunting for a while without getting any response, maybe it’s because your resume is nothing special. And maybe you think it’s supposed to be that way.   You’ve heard that you shouldn’t use fancy paper or a large font on your resume, and that is correct. However, many people also believe that their resume should include the same details as everyone else’s, because that’s what hiring managers expect.   Wrong!   At Inte

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04 Jan
2015

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

What Are Examples of Your Accomplishments?

This post originally appeared on Job Search Ninja   This is a question you should be prepared to be asked from every prospective employer who interviews you or looks at your resume. It’s the first thing they’ll judge when deciding whether you’d make a more desirable employee than the other applicants you’re competing with.   You might not think you’ve done anything impressive, but we bet you’re better at your job today than you were when you started. That’s an accomplishment. How many burgers per hour did you flip on your first da

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04 Jan
2015

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

7 Steps to Achieve Your Financial New Year's Resolutions

This post originally appeared on Forbes   Did you make New Year’s resolutions this year? Considering that the most common topics are health and finances, there’s a pretty good chance that at least one of them involves a financial goal. Unfortunately, there’s also a pretty good chance that any resolution we make won’t be kept. Here are some ways to make sure that you at least keep your financial ones: 1) Set SMART goals. When we set a vague goal like “save more money” or a seemingly insurmountable one like “pay off all debt,” we&rsqu

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04 Jan
2015

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Welcome to the faceless future of banking

This post originally appeared on CNBC   Peek into the future of bank branches and you won't see many bankers. In the years ahead—sooner rather than later—banks will continue to shutter their satellites and turn to other means to perform the services once done at the branches. Community-level banking, particularly from large institutions, will become more cost efficient and less personal. Where there once stood smiling tellers at windows there now will be, under at least one scenario, equally pleasant avatars programmed to do their customers' bidding. Ban

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31 Dec
2014

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

How to Leverage Alumni Networking on LinkedIn to Find a Job

This post originally appeared on Career Rocketeer   If you are frustrated searching job boards, sending resumes into black holes, and not getting responses from prospective employees, what I call “The Alumni Networking Solution” will help you. Research from Jobvite found that “Employees hired through referral are hired 55% faster than those who come from a career site.” I have personally used The Alumni Networking Solution to find leads and get interviews that lead to job offers. What exactly is The Alumni Networking Solution?

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31 Dec
2014

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Banking Is Changing Faster than You Can Say 'Alibaba'

This post originally appeared on American Banker   One of the people I enjoy talking to when brainstorming story ideas is Bradley Leimer, who recently became the head of innovation for Santander Bank. He's always thinking about what comes next in banking, mashing seemingly disparate things together in an interesting way and going off in unexpected directions. A recent conversation where I asked him to weigh in on some of the topics we planned to cover in our annual ideas issue started off with him talking about the disappearance of the app and circled around by the end to him es

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31 Dec
2014

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Telltale signs investment banking isn’t for you

This post originally appeared on Efinancial Careers   Investment banking isn’t for everyone. In fact, the industry turns out to not be a fit for the majority of people who enter it. A recent study found that only one-third of investment banking analysts who started in 2012 are still at their current firm. Why do they leave? A lack of a work-life balance and opportunities elsewhere, particularly on the buy-side, are the two most common responses. But that’s just a shallow dive. We asked several former investment bankers when they could tell that the writing was on the

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31 Dec
2014

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Harnessing the ‘magic’ of resilience in championing adversity for supercharged lives

This post originally appeared on Your Story   Earlier this month YourStory founder Shradha Sharma delivered a wildly popular Ted talk at San Francisco. It was raw, honest and searing, one where she opened up about life’s deepest pains and scars and reflected how that pain had been the foundation on which she built her most worthwhile achievements. She referred to writer Mary Oliver’s beautiful words, “Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift,” to illustrate how adversity can transform u

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30 Dec
2014

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

What are the 10 Common CV Mistakes you Must Avoid? [INFOGRAPHIC]

This post originally appeared on Undercover Recruiter   We all know how stressful a job search can be. There’s a lot to consider, but one of the most important things to get perfect is your CV. Thanks for this useful infographic from Armstrong Appointments, we can understand what not to do making adjustments to your CV. Why is this important? If you avoid these common CV mistakes you can potentially raise your chances of getting past the first hurdle to landing your dream job! Takeaways: Please, please, check your spelling and grammar. Don&rsquo

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30 Dec
2014

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

Five good reasons to search for a new banking job in Asia next year

This post originally appeared on Efinancial Careers   The coming weeks and months will be busy ones for candidates looking for banking jobs in Singapore as bonuses are paid and headcount budgets open up. But many of the banking professionals I speak to want to change jobs in 2015 for the wrong reasons. If you are motivated primarily by any of the five factors outlined in my previous article, my advice is to advance your career within your current company. In this article, by contrast, I have distilled the main reasons that (from my experience as a recruiter) generally lead to

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