How to write an amaz­ing CV

Af­ter months of prep­ping for ex­ams, writ­ing them and then anx­iously await­ing re­sults, many stu­dents can fi­nally say ‘I am a grad­u­ate’. Kay Vit­tee, Quest Staffing So­lu­tions CEO, says now is the time to start putting what you have learnt to use by en­terin

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ACV, which stands for cur­ricu­lum vi­tae, is a sum­mary of your work and ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ence, as well as your skills. Your CV mar­kets you to prospec­tive em­ploy­ers.

They will scan through it and see if you are some­one they would want to in­ter­view.

When ap­ply­ing for a job, you should study the job de­scrip­tion be­fore you start writ­ing your CV and cover let­ter. Your CV needs to show that your skills, education and ex­pe­ri­ence meet or ex­ceed the com­pany’s re­quire­ments, and your cover let­ter needs to com­mu­ni­cate that you have re­searched the busi­ness and you are pas­sion­ate about join­ing the team.

MY SUG­GES­TIONS FOR WRIT­ING A COVER LET­TER THAT STANDS OUT FROM

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