How Employable Are You?

So, tell me why you left your last job?

Clare Turner
Created By Clare Turner
On Apr 20, 2016

When do you get up at the weekend?

What's your breakfast of choice?

When do you get to work?

What's your work outfit?

What have you brought for lunch?

Your boss is giving you praise for something your colleague did. Do you:

When is an appropriate time to go home?

What do you have for dinner?

What's your evening activity?

Complete the phrase: early to bed and early to rise, makes a man…

You are a model candidate

You are a model candidate

Your CV is up to scratch, you handle interviews like a pro, and you've got some fresh ideas this company will really love. Welcome aboard!

You are fully employable

You are fully employable

There's no reason not to hire you. Maybe you don't go above and beyond the call of duty, and you see it as a day job, but you do everything asked of you, so nobody can fault you for that.

You're reasonably employable

You're reasonably employable

You're clearly capable of doing the job, perhaps even being a star player. But you're not above bad habits and the occasional screw up, so you're going to want to get your shit together a bit if you want your career to really take off.

You are unemployable

You are unemployable

Resolutely, clatteringly unemployable. It's not that you can't do basic tasks - more than you obstinately refuse to try, clearly seeing yourself somewhere better than this. Maybe you're right, but everyone has to start at the bottom of the greasy pole, and right now you haven't even got a hand on it.