How to work: Make your CV work for you
If you’re on the lookout for a new job in 2021, your strongest selling point will as always be your CV – so it‘s time to get it in shape
For anyone looking for a new job this month, the prospect of going through the entire process remotely might seem a little daunting.
It’s worth remembering, however, that no matter how different the virtual recruitment process might seem at first, all of the usual rules still apply.
As in any other year, the strongest selling point from the get-go will always be your CV. If you are dusting off your resumé for the...
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