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Is your Resume getting you any interviews?  Is it doing your “head in” trying to figure out what is required to get through to the interview stage?

Many job seekers have the belief that they can get away with using a template from an internet site to create their resumes and/or cover letters to prepare for a new job application but the truth is that 93% of their documents are being scanned by a software (ATS), and if one doesn't know what the software is searching for, the task of getting selected is impossible.  Read more about it here: Resumes and Cover letters are actually a lot more technical than most job seekers believe them to be and finding an expert writer is not an easy [...]

Mudgeeraba, is such a pretty little Village

by mysewingclub
  " The Old Post Office" where we hold our classes for My Sewing Club, is such a sweet Heritage Building. Well worth popping in to have a look. Its filled with loads of historical pics of the early years in Mudgeeraba and on the Gold Coast. Plus a really cute library . Even the local shopping center. Is a joy to walk around with fantastic plants a great place to sit down and enjoy a coffee in one of the many coffee Shops. You will love doing your classes with us in Mudgeeraba the center of the Gold Coast [...]
Mudgeeraba Exchange Hotel 1915

About Mudgeeraba

by Kitty Jellinek
Geo Location: 28.083333,153.366667 Mudgeeraba is a suburb of Queensland, situated in the Gold Coast Hinterland. At the 2011 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 13,204. Mudgeeraba is a remnant of the type of township that characterises the rural hinterland of the Gold Coast. Subdivision of land was conventional and buildings were traditionally rural or rural commercial. Mudgeeraba, like other areas, was an early centre, which rose to some prominence with the coming of the railway. Mudgeeraba contains important evidence of its earlier form and building and most older houses are situated on large blocks of 0.5 acres - [...]