Bally Chohan Job Portal
BallyChohan.co.uk is the fastest growing network of regional jobsites in the UK. Each site serves ...
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Bally Chohan Job Portal comprises of HR professionals who hold rich experience in the field of consultation. Apart from Job openings, the candidates are provided with various other information like Bank exam schedule, Latest walk-in, government job,etc. Some interactive features like Dream company messenger, Resume services, Job mailers,etc are provided to keep the candidates updated every moment.

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Bally Chohan Job Portal

  1. 1. Bally Chohan Job Portal BallyChohan.co.uk is the fastest growing network of regional jobsites in the UK. Each site serves just one region, therefore recruiters reach a truly relevant local audience and candidates can search and apply online for relevant jobs within their local area. Following its launch in Sheffield in June 2005, Bally Chohan Job Portal now has over 95 fully interactive jobsites across the UK. The unique concept of offering local jobsites has been embraced by both job seekers and recruiters as a major resource for finding employment/quality candidates within their chosen region. Our recruitment portals have been described as "very quick and simple to use" as well as extremely cost effective, generating "instant results". The most cost effective way to source local candidates Place your adverts, logos and company profile instantly Your vacancies will be sent daily to candidates that match the profile of your job CV's are sent direct to your e-mail inbox An option to have targeted e-shots sent to candidates promoting your business Receive detailed statistics on your campaigns CV search facility for agencies Options to have your account fully managed Backed by extensive local marketing Top 10 JOB SITES in UK 1. http://www.reed.co.uk/ 2. http://www.totaljobs.com/ 3. http://www.monster.co.uk/ 4. http://www.jobsite.co.uk/ 5. http://www.fish4.co.uk/ 6. http://www.jobs.ac.uk/ 7. http://www.gumtree.com/ 8. http://www.indeed.co.uk/ 9. http://www.jobsearch.co.uk/ 10. http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/
  2. 2. Top 10 RESUME WRITING TIPS 1. Choose a Basic Font 2. Include all your basic information 3. Add an objective or a profile 4. Include Resume Keywords 5. Choose the right Resume Format 6. Prioritize your Resume Content 7. Write a custom Resume 8. Tweak for Technology 9. Use a Resume Template 10. Email your Resume Resume Profile vs. Resume Objective According to Bally Chohan Job Portal some employers prefer resume profiles to resume objectives, but it's up to you to decide which works best for your resume considering your work experience, skills, level of position and qualifications for the job for which you are applying. Stating an objective on your resume is a way to convince employers that you know what you want in a job, while a profile explains what you have to offer the employer and can help sell your candidacy. Another option is to not use either and simply start your resume with your most recent work experience. For example, while an objective might state, "Experienced English teacher seeking position at independent school," a profile might state, “English teacher with ten years of experience in independent school systems. Success in developing creative teaching strategies to achieve passing grade levels on statewide exams." Unlike the objective, the profile answers the question, "What can this applicant offer the employer?"

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