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CV Tips / I have no qualifications, how do I write a CV?
« Last post by cathe17 on January 10, 2017, 11:09:47 AM »
I am applying for jobs at the moment but my CV is lacking of qualifications and experience. What would you recommend me to do? How can i improve my CV to get some jobs?
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CV Tips / How do I write a CV for a 17 years old for a part time job?
« Last post by mon34 on January 10, 2017, 11:01:49 AM »
I want to start working for the first time. How can i write my first CV? What to include in first CV for a part time job?

thanks
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CV Tips / How to deal with a dismissal on a CV
« Last post by monicaa23 on January 10, 2017, 10:55:17 AM »
I was dismissed from a job last year and I am applying for jobs at the moment however how do I deal with this dismissal on my CV? Do I have to mention that on my CV? Do I have to let my new employer know about it?

Thank you
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CV Tips / What is the best CV format in 2017?
« Last post by monika19 on January 10, 2017, 10:47:41 AM »
What is the best suitable CV format in 2017? PDF or Doc? or any other formats that are available?

Regards
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CV Tips / What do i need to write on my personal statement?
« Last post by julieette on January 10, 2017, 10:39:34 AM »
Do i need to write a personal statement for my CV? If yes then what do i need to write on my personal statement?

Thanks
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CV Tips / How do I write my first CV?
« Last post by julieette on January 10, 2017, 10:33:39 AM »
I want to write my first CV but I don't know how and where to start. What should I include in my first CV? What format I can use to write on?
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CV Tips / Should I use Cliché answers on a resume?
« Last post by ali16 on January 10, 2017, 10:23:55 AM »
I am planning to apply for a job at Tesco. One of the question is the generic "Why do you want to work here?". Answer is the obvious, I want it for the pay but do I need to use some cliché answers for this question?
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CV Tips / What do you do when you have a really poor work history?
« Last post by weber19 on January 10, 2017, 10:10:43 AM »
Really need advice. If you have had a really poor work history, lots of time off with no work, and more than a few jobs you have wlked out on (job abandonment), how do you go about filling out a resume? Do you list the 8 jobs none of which are very good, or the one or two that you worked for long enough to have a semi positive input? Really want to turn my life around and become employed, I'm truly afraid at the age of 26 it may be too late.
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That's precisely why I tell my high school students to talk to the people in the jobs they want and find out from them what specific education is required to get hired. Too many people get an education thinking that it will get them a job, only to find out that the education they got only helped fill empty university seats.
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IT Jobs Forum / Re: What types of careers can I get with these educations?
« Last post by Learnist Careers on January 10, 2017, 10:04:02 AM »
You might try going to Monster.com or CareerBuilder.com and putting in those terms...  to see what comes up. In my career searches, I've used the keyword search on those sites to see what came up. That will call up any listings where those terms are used... not just in the title, but anywhere in the description. Don't limit the search area to your locale... let it just bring up whatever it can.

You can scan through these listings and see what fields are calling for people with your experience, and see what interests you. For example, using "web design" in a keyword search won't only bring up IT postings, but job postings from other areas like nonprofits, hospitals, malls, etc... anyone that's needing a web designer. As you find postings that catch your attention, make a note of them or, better yet, print them out. Then, figure out what it is about those positions that appeals to you. This might help you figure out where you want to direct your energies and apply your skills and degrees.

You may have heard about career counsellors suggesting you look through the classifieds in newspapers and circling any job posting that appeals to you... regardless of whether or not you have the necessary skills... as an exercise in identifying your interests. Going to the online job sites and doing keyword searches is essentially the same thing, just on a larger scale.
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