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15 August 2012

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Positive wording is key, make someone wants to read your CV and get you in for that first meeting.

Travel Careers Forum

Yeah, these are excellent tips. It's always a good idea to demonstrate how you've benefited previous employers.

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nice blog, i'm impressed by reading this, thanks for sharing.

Resume Format

First impression is the best impressions. So make your CV attractive for the recruiters by highlighting the skills required for the job!!!

Chris Barnes

Good article. I like the point about asking a recruiter about spefic skills required. Job advertisements also help provide masssive clues as to what the recruiter is looking for. Yes CV should be designed around being able to stand alone but always send a cover letter with it.

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