Your Online CV… 50 % Completed = 0% Success!
How is this possible, you ask? Well, simply by not having a completed and up-to-date Job Mail Online CV…
We’ve recently introduced you to the brand new Job Mail Online CV, that actually tells you in percentage the level at which your Online CV is completed. The aim of the game and for maximum exposure to the ‘head-hunters’ out there, is to have your Online CV 100% completed… The more of the required information on your Online CV is completed, the closer you get to 100%.
So what if your Online CV is only completed, say 60%? Or even worse, 50%? How does it affect your job-hunt? Sorry to say, you just give yourself a 0% or very little chance of even being spotted by recruiters looking for potential candidates on our site! Yes, all Online CV’s on Job Mail that are less than 50% completed are NOT ACTIVE. This means recruiters won’t be able to find and review your Online CV AT ALL!
Ok, so what if your Online CV is more than 50% completed, but you are still far from the 100% mark? Hate to break it to you, but you are still not doing yourself or your career any favours! Think about it… Look at the example below of a job seeker’s Online CV that is only 70 % complete.
Now, what if you were a recruiter looking at this? Would you be inspired to phone this job seeker for an interview, or even employ them? I doubt it… This Online CV is incomplete and tells very little about the job seeker, their personality, career goals and skills. So, can you see how important it is for your Online CV to be up-to-date and complete?
Having a 100% completed Online CV on Job Mail is your ticket to success! It makes your profile searchable and much more attractive to a future employer!
The ball is now in your court, job seeker… We have made it quick and easy, with step-by-step instructions, for you to build your Online CV to ensure you get maximum exposure to the recruitment industry. So grab the opportunity, update your Online CV today and be well on your way to landing that dream job!
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