5 most popular blogs the past 80 weeks

  • Post published:08/12/2021
  • Reading time:5 mins read

Five starsCan you believe it? The 80 weeks of non-stop blogging started back in April 2020. Here are the Top 5 blogs of my 80 articles that continuously get hits and high ratings.

7 tips for your resume that Headhunters just love

Why do you think that having a great resume is the single most important part of your job search?

The right answer: because if your resume does not excite and impress anyone, you will not be invited for an interview.

And obviously, if you can’t even get an interview, you will never get the dream job.

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Why one million LinkedIn users in Thailand is irrelevant

QuoteA few years ago, I asked in my blog if LinkedIn was killing the recruitment industry.

They say that Curiosity Killed the Cat; a reference to the dangers of unnecessary experimentation and speculation.

Herein lies a possible answer to the question of whether LinkedIn is in the process of pushing the executive search and recruitment profession over the cliff.

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9 reasons why I declined the job offer

The candidate told me the story, why he decided to decline the attractive job offer from one of the big guns in the business.

The story started when he one day got a call from a talent acquisition officer of the company.

Months and months later he was offered the job – but to the company’s surprise, he declined. He gave me these 9 reasons…

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Why headhunters don’t answer your emails or calls

RecruiterPersonally, I absolutely hated headhunters.

Once upon a time is the phrase that begins fairy tales and fabulous stories set in some unspecified moment in the past.

Except for the story, you are about to read. There is nothing fairy or fabulous about this real-life experience of mine.

My story starts like this: Once upon a time when I was a candidate myself.

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8 reasons why you should hang-up when a headhunter calls

Nowadays, anyone can get into the Thai recruitment business.

Every Tom, Dick and Harry call themselves a headhunter nowadays, even all they do is shopping on the internet and in their database.

It’s annoying to say, but professional and experienced recruiters are competing with recruiters who should not even be in the business.

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Tom Sorensen

Tom Sorensen is an executive search veteran with over 25 years of experience recruiting in Asia, Europe, and Africa. He has worked in executive search in Thailand since 2003 and is recognized as one of the country’s top recruiters and most profiled headhunters.