Brace yourselves for useful CV Tips this week

If you’re a serious job seeker you’ll be well aware that your CV is one of the most important factors when job hunting. Without it you won’t have a platform to list your qualifications, work experiences and achievements. In short, there’ll be no tool to sell yourself to the recruiter.  Yes essentially, you “sell” yourself when you apply for a job.

Your CV should be tailored to you as an individual. CV’s obviously vary from person to person but should be indicative of who you are and what you can contribute towards the company you are looking to join. A CV is often all a prospective employer has to judge you on, so creating the right first impression is absolutely vital. Whether you’ve set your sights on changing jobs, a promotion, or entering the job market for the first time, a strong CV will ensure you promote yourself to your best advantage and help secure interviews.

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While there are many ways to write or present a CV, the ingredients should remain the same. We will be exploring some of these ingredients during the course of this week. Are you in need of useful tips and advice for your CV? Well, you’ve come to the right place, Job Mail is here to help you this week!

Brace yourselves for daily useful tips this week that will ensure that your CV stands out from the others on the recruiter pile. Keep a close eye open for updates on the Job Mail Facebook page, the @jobmail Twitter account, the Job Mail’s Google+ page, Job Mail’s Instagram profile, the Job Mail Linkedin page and the Job Mail Blog for updates. The official hashtag for this campaign is #jobmailtipoftheday.

In the meanwhile, take note of these 5 useful tips to help your CV stand out, familiarize yourself with 10 power words to use on your CV or get 2 quick tips for uploading your mobile CV on Job Mail.

Not registered as a job seeker on Job Mail yet?  Upload your CVbrowse for jobs and apply for them NOW! You may just find the position you’ve been looking for. If you have any queries about the registration process or experiencing technical issues with our website, feel free to e-mail our Webmaster via jobmaster@jobmail.co.za.

Watch this space for more updates for job seekers on the Job Mail Blog.

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