Having a good CV is absolutely essential in helping you to secure that interview. It is usually the first opportunity you are given to make an impression on a potential employer. You should think of your CV as a valuable tool, essential for marketing your skill set. Each CV you send out should be specifically tailored to suit the position you are applying for, accentuating your relevant skills and experience and omitting any irrelevant information. However, there are certain things which should be included in all of your CVs.
Nine steps to interview success
An invitation to an interview means you’re well on your way to securing yourself a job. But selling your skills face to face or on the phone is very different from selling your skills on paper. Here are the main steps to help you think on your feet and prepare for all eventualities.
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