April Job Tips

Posted by | April 26, 2013 | Employers, Job Seekers, Uncategorized

Tips for Employers.
Limited time offer to borrow up to 80% to buy commercial premises at standard interest rates.

Are you looking to buy commercial premises but don’t have access to the 35% deposit required? Or perhaps you have an existing business loan on your premises and need access to some extra working capital. JobsOnTheCoast.com.au sponsor for commercial and residential finance for both the Central Coast and Hunter regions, Finance On The Coast currently has access to a special business loan deal offered by a major bank. The campaign allows you to borrow up to 80% towards the purchase of commercial premises at standard interest rates.This means you will only need to fund 20% of the purchase price of the commercial premises instead of the usual 35%. If you have an existing loan on your commercial premises, you could capitalise on the offer by refinancing the existing loan to borrow extra funds and utilise the equity in your premises to boost your working capital. To qualify for this special business loan offer, you must be up-to-date with your ATO obligations and have been self-employed for at least 12 months. Best of all, you will only be required to supply your last BAS statement as opposed to the usual bank requirement to supply the last 3 years’ business and personal tax returns. If you would like to know more about this special offer contact Finance On the Coast Director, Phil Riches: P: 0418 204 304 E: phil@financeonthecoast.com.au W:www.financeonthecoast.com.au

 

Tips for Job Seekers
Tips to thrive in today’s job market

Keep working at something while waiting for the right job to come along – even if it’s an unpaid internship or voluntary work – it will look better on your resume if you keep busy.
Don’t go to university just to bide time – don’t enroll in a degree course (which can result in a substantial debt to pay) unless you intend to use it.
Pay attention to your covering letter – if your covering letter doesn’t grab a prospective employer’s attention, they may not even get to your resume.
Tell everyone you know that you’re in the market for a job – connections can lead to a foot in the door.
Aim to do something you love – passion leads to perfection, which in turn can lead to great success.
Network via social media – while LinkedIn is the popular choice for professional connections, Facebook can also lead to useful information in terms of potential job openings (especially if you connect with us on the JobsOnTheCoast Facebook page)
Dress to impress – ensure you have at least one outfit that you feel confident wearing and is suitable for an interview.

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