Writing a professional curriculum vitae or resume is more than putting some information down about yourself and your skills. It is more than using CV templates to display your information to employers.
If you have searched for jobs for over a year without any success; or you were downsized, right sized, laid off, or whatever name was given to it, then I guess you would relate to the despair that pops up at some points.
What does tailoring your resume actually involve? How many changes do you need to make? What content should you focused on?
You’ve ever heard the phrase “first impression matters?” It is also applicable to your CV. Whatever job sector you are targeting; as an intern, or the regular professional jobs, or even as a teacher with a local school, your CV should speak volumes for you.
Unemployment is a huge problem in Nigeria of today. There just seem not to be enough jobs for the teeming population of graduates and job seekers.
Writing a CV for those without work experience is pretty difficult and has lots of secrets attached to it – which is why I always advice fresh graduates to get help from more experienced persons when writing their CVs
I will show you several reasons why you don’t get interviews after submitting your applications. It might be simple to you, but you should find a way to fix it ASAP.
You don’t need to be like a soldier going to the war fronts with arms and ammunition in order to ensure success in your interview. As long as you’re ready to adopt the following under listed tips, success is on your way.
It is a wonderful week again with lots of opportunities to explore in terms of job search. I wouldn’t want to lie that there are so many jobs out there, because that isn’t true at all.
You have done the major part of securing an interview, so you are just a step closer to getting your dream job.