How do I find out what the employer really wants? How do I get noticed when applying online? How can I keep it to 2-3 pages? What is 'CV Language' and how can I learn it? How do I get around the obstacle of something embarrassing in my CV (eg dismissal or unemployment)? What about social networks? What if I seem over- or under-qualified for the job? Great Answers to Tough CV Problems will help you solve these and many more of the burning questions that face today's job seeker. Perhaps you want a career change, have been job-hopping for some time or are returning to work after a career break? Jenny Rogers examines the potential pitfalls across a range of common job-hunting situations and shows how to put together a CV that will make the most of your skills and experience, make an impression and secure that all-important job interview.Unless you can answer yes to all four questions you will be unable to go further. ... Other tests offer employers the chance to assess aptitude for sales, healthcare, office, mechanical and service jobs, ... you do not need to pay to have your CV put online when there are so many reputable agencies who will do it for free.
|Title||:||Great Answers to Tough CV Problems|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2011-09-03|