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Below are free CV templates you can use to setup your own CV, simply fill out the blanks and add additional information where possible, but remember to keep is short and meaningful.
Finding a job is hard enough, but being misled by recruitment agencies just to fish out information to boost their portfolios is another thing, leaving you with false hopes and frustration. Yes, there are many good recruitment agencies out there but how do we know which ones register with?
The following pointers must be observed during your job search:
A very common recruitment trick, by advertising false jobs, job seekers will register with the agency, usually online and this allows the agency to boast to employers about the high level of potential employees and CVs they have on their database. They are basically building their database to look broad compare to their competitors. How can we resolve this, well if you are not invited for any job interviews after applying for a few positions and 3 months have passed, ask to have your details removed and give the reason why. Read More....
What is a perfect CV and how will you know the CV is good enough to sell yourself to an employer? To answer your question... a tailored job specific CV will be the answer, your CV needs to be updated each time you start and end a new position. Before you attempt to apply for a specific position, read carefully through the job specification and note the important requirements and match it back to your skills and experience. Take careful steps when updating each section on your CV to reflect the requirements from the job specification, do not copy it directly from the specification - instead, put it in your own words by providing an example of your current or previous job. Always keep your statements short, but powerful - each sentence must have a meaningful statement.