Articles Tagged with “professional cv”

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  • A resume work like an essential tool for your personal advertisement; it must have the useful content to promote and sell your experience as well as skills during an interview. When we talk about the promotional leaflet then it deals with the job specific information in your resume, it must be highlighting all the impressive and unique details about you. A professional job recruiter can notice all major details within few seconds to get an idea about your skills and abilities related to their job vacancies.

    Your resume must be designed with all important details so that it can present you well for a particular opportunity. So how perfect is your resume? Let us understand this fact with the help of following details:

    1. The first impression:
    The very first section of a resume must be capable enough to present clear a picture of your experience and abilities. Make use of well-written headline and summery section in order to grab the attention of interviewer. Emphasize on professional
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  • Have you ever wondered why you are getting few callbacks despite the fact that you have sent out literally thousands of CV via email and dropped even more in mailboxes?

    Many job seekers face this kind of dilemma constantly and are unable to tell what the real issue is; they have the necessary qualifications and experience but are unable to go beyond the first stage.

    If this is your story, your CV might just be the reason why you are stranded in the job market. As a job seeker, your CV is a marketing tool for your brand (YOU). It is your first foot in the door and like many others, it is a chance to sell yourself and make the hiring manager see why you might be a great option for the open position. It is important that your brand is not lost in the crowd; there will be many other CVs competing for attention and if your CV does not cut it at first glance, the recruiter will trash it after scanning the first couple of lines.

    Would you rather get a shoddy once over or a call to
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