World Bank Group - Analyst Programme 2015 « Economics Job Market Rumors. You're welcome.
I would say mostly deductive reasoning (A,B,C,D,E run a race. A finishes first, C must arrive after E, B always follows immediately D, which of the following MUST/CANNOT be true...), a little bit of verbal reasoning (3-4 lines text and then which one of the following phrases is implied) and a little bit of numerical reasoning (production costs are x$, sales are x$, Jim produces 10 pieces in 3 hours but there stands Sarah who does something else, what are in the end the profits, or how many pieces are made, this sort of things...). I mean, really, nothing much to add to what other people said earlier, I think at this point the type of questions is clear and knowing it in advance doesn't really give any additional help (unless it makes you psychologically more comfortable to hear it in advance over and over again, so be it).
Opinions? I wrote them down (put a tick for each answer given), I counted 24! Thanks for your insights 42F7, really helpful. 12 reasons this is a terrible CV for a mid-level employee. 15 interview questions to measure emotional intelligence. 10 career choices you'll regret in 20 years. 3 steps to creating a standout CV. 3 ways to create your own job security. The biggest mistakes Google sees in CVs. How to write an impressive CV objective statement - Forum:Blog Forum:Blog. What recruiters look for on your CV. Recruiters spend an average of just six seconds scanning a résumé before deciding if the candidate is worth calling in for an interview, according to research from TheLadders, a mobile career network for professionals.
"Recruiters are often inundated with job applications to popular listings, so it's no surprise that they don't spend a lot of time carefully reviewing each resume," says Amanda Augustine, a career expert at TheLadders. "However, none of us expected it to only take only six seconds. " TheLadders used a scientific technique called "eye tracking" on 30 professional recruiters and examined their eye movements during a 10-week period to "record and analyze where and how long someone focuses when digesting a piece of information or completing a task. " In the short time that they spend on your résumé, recruiters look at your name, current title and company, current position start and end dates, previous title and company, previous position start and end dates, and education.
12 ways to boost your productivity. TalentSmart has tested more than a million people and found that the upper echelons of top performance are filled with people who are high in emotional intelligence (90% of top performers, to be exact).
The hallmark of emotional intelligence is self-control—a skill that unleashes massive productivity by keeping you focused and on track. Unfortunately, self-control is a difficult skill to rely on. Self-control is so fleeting for most people that when Martin Seligman and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania surveyed two million people and asked them to rank order their strengths in 24 different skills, self-control ended up in the very bottom slot. And when your self-control leaves something to be desired, so does your productivity. When it comes to self-control, it is so easy to focus on your failures that your successes tend to pale in comparison. Recruitment mistakes that you can avoid. Great job interview questions and model answers. HSBC Recruitment process and Interview Tips.
April 27, 2013 Amit Ranjan About HSBC HSBC is one of the largest banking and financial services organizations serving around 58 million customers.
It is headquartered in London. It operates through a network of 6,600 offices established in more than 80 countries. They specialize in four global businesses namely, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. What They Look For? HSBC ensures that the people joining them have a cultural fit with the organization. Roles offered HSBC aims to become one of the world’s leading International Banks. Source: Glassdoor The recruited candidates have to go through one of the programmes listed below: • Global analyst induction programme • Summer analyst programme • MBA asscociate programme • MBA summer asscociate programme • Spring programme • Pre-university programme Each programme gives the candidate opportunities for learning and development.
The Recruitment Process Comments comments. 6 Mistakes You Should Never Make On LinkedIn. You've probably heard that social media, especially LinkedIn, can help you find a job.
Whether you are currently employed and open to opportunities or between positions, statistics suggest LinkedIn is a useful tool. A survey of hiring managers by Bullhorn Reach says 97.3% of those surveyed used LinkedIn as a recruiting tool in 2012. Having a profile is a great first step, but if you're like many professionals, you could probably leverage LinkedIn better to help you reach your career and job search goals.
Take a close look at your profile and how you use the network and make sure you aren't making these mistakes on LinkedIn. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.