Get your CV right and you're half way towards getting a great job . Heed this advice so you can make your CV sparkle.
CVs and application forms
If you don’t have much career experience you CV can look a little sparse. There are a few tricks you can use to give employers something to read.
Every application you make should be adapted so it’s relevant for the role. Even the smalled tweaks can make all the difference.
Some employers prefer you to fill in an application form rather than submit your CV. Here we look at how to make yours stand out.
Creating a great CV isn't about putting everything you can think of down on paper so employers can see your complete career history. You need to pick and choose the right information for each application and this video will help you do just that.
There are certain cliches that need to be avoided at all costs. Not only do they take up valuable real-estate on your CV but also don't help recruiters in understanding the "real you".
Your CV is the one thing that can make or break your job application.
If you're struggling to find the right way to phrase your CV, here are some awesome words you can use to make yours stand out from the crowd.
Be it health, bad luck or a family crisis - gaps on a CV are often not met with enthusiasm by employers.
Making it to the interview will allow you to present your case on why these gaps exist and establish a rapport with the employer by showing the validity for any missed years of employment.
Listen to advice on how you can get in touch with companies regarding jobs, even if they're not advertising vacancies.
This applicant has made sure that his CV is directed at the work he wants.