The following pages contain suggestions and advice on how to write both a CV and a letter of introduction.
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If you don’t research the needs of the companies that you are hoping to work for, then you don’t actually know what you should be including in your CV. You will be using guess work as the foundation of your CV, which will set you up to fail in your job search.
What have you achieved for your current or previous employer during your work there? What skills do you have that are transferable to a new job? Don’t just make unsubstantiated statements or claims. For example, rather than writing ‘excellent interpersonal skills’ demonstrate this by also writing ‘as demonstrated when chosen by my supervisor to meet and greet customers and to listen to and evaluate their initial requirements’.
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