After all the blood, sweat and tears you poured into your degree, hunting for your first graduate job should be exciting.
When writing your CV, you need to ensure it grabs recruiters’ attention and highlights how your skills and knowledge are applicable for the industry you’re applying to.
Volunteering abroad can offer many advantages, such as providing an opportunity to meet new people, explore a new culture and utilise your unique skills to give back to the community that welcomes you: it’s obviously great for personal development.
Your Curriculum Vitae is as unique as you!
Digital marketing is a fairly new and highly competitive job field – and yet the concept of marketing has been around for years.
As soon as a job advert goes live, employers are bombarded with CVs and applications and the majority will look the same.
CVs are never fun to write; with only limited space to show all you can and will do for a company, you may find yourself resorting to clichés that will immediately bring your CV from the top of the pile to the bottom of the drawer.
If you’re building up your teaching CV, you need to think about what recruiters and school employers want to see.
Having a clear, concise and well-formatted CV is crucial when applying for roles. With recruiters spending an average of 14 seconds looking at each CV, it's important yours stands out. Here are 7 actionable tips to improve your CV: