Research has indicated that core personal skills including written and verbal skills are more desirable than a major, with 65% of recruiters on the lookout for these key skills when looking to fill entry level roles.
Sydney, New South Wales (PRWEB)
May 17, 2017
With the graduate season nearly upon us, Eventit! Pty offers game-changing advice for those about to embark on their search for a career. Research has indicated that core personal skills including written and verbal skills are more desirable than a major, with 65% of recruiters on the lookout for these key skills when looking to fill entry level roles. It is vital to approach interviews confidently, calmly and gather a deep understanding of both business model and current advertised vacancy. This method will allow a candidate to relax and showcase those essential skills which could secure them the role.
About Event!t Pty: http://www.eventit.com.au/
Event!t Pty manages their personal recruitment drives, by focusing on relatable skills it allows them to develop a well-rounded, comprehensive team who can tackle new challenges, represent clients and communicate with customers effectively from day one. The firm represents their clients by seamlessly addressing their customers brand management, ranging from product launches to repairing brand image within a targeted area. Therefore, critical interpersonal skills are vital to the success of the firm.
Event!t Pty urges candidates to brush up on their interviewing skills throughout their studies, by ensuring they are building experience in a customer focused settings they are broadening their employability skills and adding value to their personal brand, something the firm are confident will prove more defining throughout an individual’s working career.