7 Things You Should NEVER Include On Your CV

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Job seekers tend to focus on what to include on their resume, but it is equally important to know what NOT to include on your resume. What information to include is in your hands, but remember that even small mistakes can backfire and reflect badly on you and in turn hurt your chances of getting shortlisted. Here are a list of things that you should NOT include on your CV. 1) Personal Information; What to include and what to exclude: The basics of personal information that you have to include are Name, Address, Email, and Mobile. This information is necessary…

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Classy Resume Sample Of Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer Will Give You Ideas For Your Resume

Classy Resume Sample

A resume is a very important document for your job. According to a survey, interviewer looks and notes a resume in just 7 to 10 seconds. A resume is the shortest description of your educational qualifications, hobbies, and achievements. Resume making is often time-consuming and sometimes very difficult to design. Resumes are generally of one page and gone are the days of just typing out a simple layout like any other document on the word. The Modern Resumes is a colorful, creative and graphical representation of educational qualifications, hobbies, and achievements.…

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Ten Questions Recruiters Shouldn’t Ask — And You Shouldn’t Answer

Ten Questions Recruiters Shouldn't Ask -- And You Shouldn't Answer

Here are some of the most offensive questions job seekers are asked, and sample answers for each one: Recruiter: How old are you? You: I’m old enough to have the professional background that made you reach out to me. Let’s talk about the job description. What can I tell you about my qualifications? Recruiter: Do you have kids? You: Are you inquiring about my ability to work downtown, or what exactly? I can’t tell what you’re after. Recruiter: Er, um… Recruiter: What’s your greatest weakness? You: I used to worry about my weaknesses until it dawned on me…

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Five Things You Must Bring To Every Job Interview

Five Things You Must Bring To Every Job Interview

Here are five things you must bring to every job interview: 1. Extra Resumes Bring a handful of printed resumes with you to the interview. 2. Notepad, pen, padfolio Tuck your extra resumes into a leather or vegan leather padfolio that includes a place to hold papers, a notepad and a place to hold a pen. Bring your favorite pen with you for good luck. Slip an empty notepad into the padfolio. 3. Well-informed questions You will develop smart and useful  questions to ask the interviewer(s) by researching the company…

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How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview

How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview

In my previous article ‘5 most common interview questions’ that by the way went good thanks to all of you; I’ve asked people to comment their questions and one of them have asked me how to introduce myself? A very genuine question and I’ll try to answer the question in a way you would like. First of all let me tell you, you’re not gonna get exact answer here because, well things vary from people to people and also if you’re going for an interview and you expect me to…

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