In this category you will find a selection of articles that will be very helpful for your job search on the Costa del Sol. Not only tips to prepare your profile, CV and interviews, but also information related to job search particularly on the Costa del Sol. In our digital age, CV’s and cover letters are no longer sufficient for employers, nowadays there are deeper searches on candidates using the Internet and social media profiles. We give you the tips to create the right personal brand as it can be very difficult to change first impressions.

That ONE Thing You Should never Reveal at Your Interview

By | 2017-12-13T11:33:05+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Employment, Interviews, Job Search|

No matter how nervous you are in a job interview, whatever you do don't let it show. That's the advice of recently surveyed hiring managers who say nothing will ruin your chances of getting the job faster than showing a lack of confidence. However, lacking confidence is definitely not the only thing that will [...]

How to reduce staff turnover on the Costa del Sol

By | 2017-12-13T11:59:47+00:00 August 31st, 2017|Employment, Job Search|

There are many underpinning explanations as to why there is such a high turnover of staff on the Costa del Sol. Here on the Costa del Sol employment has historically been largely focused on either the sales or hospitality sector’s, both of which are renowned for their high turnover of [...]

Finding a job in Spain all you need to know

By | 2017-12-13T12:00:42+00:00 November 19th, 2016|Employment, Job Search|

Finding a Job in Spain Finding a job in Spain can be an interesting and sometimes frustrating pastime. Working in Spain has its benefits but can take some getting used to when coming from other European countries and especially from the US. It is often said that we either “live [...]

Beware! Your online Social Media Profiles may convey the wrong image to recruiters!

By | 2017-12-12T17:06:05+00:00 November 3rd, 2016|Employment, Job Search|

Study's show Social Media Profiles matter. A recent survey conducted by a market research firm shows that “fewer than 15 percent of participants surveyed believe that information found on thier online social media profiles would have any impact on their ability to get a job.” The survey also found that 70 percent of the [...]