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Grad Recruitment
I recently passed the question around the office “What made a candidate stand out to you?”.  Now we are a fairly vocal group here at Pulse and the answers I expected to get revolved around a candidates experience and expertise. Yet in our discussion experience or expertise was not brought up once. Instead I got...
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Recently LinkedIn released a new tool, Career Advice! Now I know some people might be a bit sceptical about asking random people for advice, but here are my reasons why you should definitely try this new tool, and what I learnt from my experience! Why should you try career advice on Linkedin? No matter what...
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University graduates who have recently completed their degree, also known as ‘grads’, not only make up a large percentage of the workforce but are also the future of the sales industry. Why, you ask? Though millennials often get a bad rep, there are actually many benefits of adding them to your sales team. These fresh-faced...
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As a fresh grad, landing your first job in the “adult world” is hard. With little corporate experience and a million options at your fingertips, the job hunt can feel overwhelming, confusing, and down-right impossible to start. As the Graduate Recruitment Manager here at Pulse Recruitment, I meet with a number of fresh grads every...
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As a final year HR university student, I was given the opportunity to intern at one of Sydney’s boutique sales recruitment agencies, Pulse Recruitment. I’ve heard from various mentors that a summer internship is the best way to test drive a future profession, without having to make a serious commitment. Internships also give students the...
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If you love hitting targets, have zero fear of rejection, you’re great at building relationships, and you constantly push the boundaries to break records and drive home results – chances are you’re a good salesperson. However, to be a great salesperson, it’s often the soft skills that really separate the good from the great. After...
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Most university students are constantly on the go; whether it’s balancing study, work, social and/or personal commitments. While prioritising the ongoing demands of a student life, a real dilemma arises if you’re offered the job of your dreams – before graduating uni. As exciting as it can be to get your first full-time job offer, often we see...
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