Showing posts with label CV Tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CV Tips. Show all posts

10 Essential Tips You Need to Know About Making Your Resume Stand Out From the Crowd

It’s crazy to think how far and how competitive the job-seeking industry has come over the last few years. Applications
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CV Breakdown – What Should You Include for a Successful Application?

You’ve got your CV and you’ve been active on the job market, applying for all the jobs that match your skills and experience, but despite your
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Decluttered Your Wardrobe? Now Declutter Your CV

Decluttering is a 21st-century tidal wave, a self-help methodology that can be applied to improve
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5 Ways to Overcome a Lack of Experience on Your CV

Time and again when I speak to people about their job search – be that young students I’m working with entering the world of work for the first time,
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How to use Keywords to make your CV stand out

No matter how long you spend on your CV, the fact remains that most employers will spend on average 3-10 seconds skimming over your work history and looking for keywords.
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Does your resume really sell you as it should?

Seriously! Does it send the right message?

As a resume writer & recruiter, I see this way too often! I receive a resume, and just like all recruiters do,
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How to Keep Your CV Always Updated [INFOGRAPHIC]

The traditional CV is just not working anymore. The current job market is very competitive and employers expect you to show more enthusiasm for them
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What are the Most Common CV Lies? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Job market is very competitive, this is undeniable truth however this shouldn't be a reason for you to lie on your CV.
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Top 8 CV Trends for 2015

Long gone are the days of the “job for life” in the UK and research shows that employees change jobs anything from 7 to 15 times throughout their careers.
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Top 10 Most Common CV Mistakes to Avoid [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's important to have an error free CV for your job applications so they aren't immediately disregarded by prospective employers.
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5 Tips to Make Your CV Visually Appealing

What’s the main purpose of a CV? The main purpose is to get you an invite to interview and an opportunity to meet and impress the hiring manager. So the first page of your
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What Most Recruiters Want to See on Your CV?

Looking for a job? So it is likely you have been asking yourself "what do recruiters want to see on my CV?"
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How Not to Be a Boring Job Applicant – On Your CV

Most people are aware of the competition within the current job market. Something I hear a lot when I’m speaking with employers about what they look for in potential
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How to Deal with Employment Gaps on Your CV

At some point or another, everyone has had time when they have been out of work for a number of reasons as we will examine below, it is how you deal with these gaps
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How to Write Your CV If You Lack Relevant Work Experience

If you’ve just left school or college you may not have any relevant work experience to include on your curriculum vitae (CV). This situation may concern you when you
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Top 5 CV Fails to Avoid [INFOGRAPHIC]

Writing a CV can be very difficult sometimes. You can't always get everything right. CV's consist of many details and they all require a high level of attention.
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Top 5 CV Tips That Could Change Your Job Search

The way you present your experience, knowledge and skills is one of the most important stages in your job search. There’s no sugar coating the current situation –
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How to Write an Effective Personal Statement

Whether you’re completing an application online, as a paper copy or writing a covering letter to support your CV/application – An effective personal statement can make all the difference.
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The Worst Lies to Tell on Your CV

Writing a CV can be tricky, with the competition for many jobs being at an all time high and the need to stand out crucial in securing an interview – it’s no surprise
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The 3 Types of Résumé Documents

No two people have the exact same background and experience; therefore no two résumés should be alike either. Nonetheless, there are typically three major types of résumé
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