Writing or adjusting your CV can be a difficult task for most people looking to find work. However, it can be even tougher if you are trying to write a CV when you have no work experience related to the job you are applying for.
Job hunting can be a confusing and stressful time particularly when you see an entry-level job advert that requires a certain amount of experience in the industry to even be considered. That’s right, even entry-level jobs ask for experienced candidates! Thankfully, the team at A Star Recruitment have put together a handy guide on how to write a CV with no work experience. (more…)
Without a well-written CV you will struggle to even get an interview for a job that you are applying for, therefore it is important for every candidate looking for a new job to eradicate any common CV mistakes before they submit their next application.
Your CV, and cover letter, are usually the first correspondence you will have with the recruiter handling your application or the company you are applying for a job with. It allows you to get off to the best possible start in your application. However, if it includes several errors or mistakes, submitting your CV is as far as your application will go.
Getting in the front door is always the hardest part of any job, with only a piece of paper (digital document) in the hands of a business owner standing between you and your new role.
Your CV is an essential part of any successful job application, ensuring you stand out from every other candidate and giving your potential employer their first impression of you, why not check out our guide to writing a CV. One of the key areas you have to include is the skills section, this allows you to quickly address your full range of skills and provide the reader with an easily scannable list where sought-after skills can be identified.
Job hunting, applying for new roles, waiting hopefully on a phone call for an interview, are all tiring and stressful tasks. And getting your CV right can be one of the most tasking of all, it’s a simple bit of paper, that holds the key to you being asked for interview, or you being passed over for another applicant, so making the most of your CV is the best way to get your foot in the door. But how do you make your CV stand out from the rest, what information is essential for you to provide and what can you do once you’ve emailed it to increase your interview potential? In the rest of this guide, we’ll take a look at how you can write the perfect CV to help get you that new job you’ve been looking for.
If you’re looking for that perfect new role and have got your CV up to scratch, then check out our jobs board and see what roles we’re recruiting for today!