When you apply for a job, your CV is compared to hundreds of others. You've only got the time it takes the employer to scan the pages to show how brilliant you are. How do you impress them when you don't know what employers are actually looking for? This book tells you what they want to read - and how to write it. This bestselling guide is based on research among employers and recruiters, revealing what they look for and how the recruitment industry operates, and will show you: * how to put together a brilliant CV from scratch * how to revamp an existing CV to make it brilliant * examples and explanations of CVs that employers love and those they loathe * how to address tricky CV questions Updated and refreshed to include new examples, techniques and innovative ways to write highly effective content, this guide ensure you know what works in the real world. DON'T BE GOOD, BE BRILLIANT.Über den Autor:
Jim is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Jim is British, but has lived and worked in Australia for many years. He is the author of Should I Stay or Should I Go, also published by Prentice Hall Business.
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