Amply’s global media network is your go-to resource for career advice. This week, we’re coving keywords, visibility and employee benefits.
January is drawing to a close and all those New Year’s resolutions have already fallen by the wayside, but what if you could make one positive change that would impact your entire life? Being Jobbio, we’re talking careers, of course.
But where to start? The job landscape is ever evolving and even more so since the pandemic turned the world upside down. The good news being it’s still a job seekers market and despite all the negativity around tech layoffs lately, opportunities abound if you know where (and how) to look. To help you get started, we’ve been sharing some insights across our incredible Amply media network.
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What You Need To Know About Resume Keywords
In 2021, a leaked internal paper at Amazon showed that the tech giant has been working to replace some of its recruiters with AI technology to predict which job applicants will be successful, writes Jobbio contributor Pippa Hardy on Fossbytes.
Resume keywords are now critical to get noticed by employers and include terms or phrases relating to particular requirements for a job. Once you figure out the keywords you can help your application rise to the top.
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Why 2023 is the year to increase your visibility in the workplace
How much do your senior managers know about your contribution to the company, and if quizzed could they confidently state the value you bring to the business? Asks Jobbio contributor, Aisling O’Toole. If the answer is no, then you need to spend 2023 working on increasing your visibility.
After all, with visibility comes opportunity for promotion within your current company or progression elsewhere.
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The top job perks to look for in 2023
Employee benefits can lure new staff and help businesses retain their existing ones. But staff are no longer impressed with free beer and ping pong tables, they want real tangible benefits that will improve their lives, explains Jobbio’s senior editor, Kirstie McDermott over on The Next Web.
What to look for? “Better family leave benefits are attractive. Going beyond maternity leave, companies offering carers leave, and attractive parental leave packages for all parents, as well as bereavement leave are increasingly more common.”
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