Monthly Archives: February 2008
Medical CVs are structured differently from other CVs. For a start, it’s not unusual for a medical CV to have 5 – 10 pages…or more. Follow this brief guide to help in the compilation of your medical CV (remember, for … Continue reading
In around 90% of CVs we see, ‘I enjoy socialising and listening to music’, (or something similar) has been included under an “Interests / Hobbies” section. This, coupled with long-winded personal details will not help promote you to a potential … Continue reading
Every day, we see CVs from people at all levels – from students to CEOs. Even though the content of CVs are entirely different, we often see very similar mistakes, the most popular one, ‘I am responsible for’. As you … Continue reading
I was recently sacked from a company I worked at for 4 years, what does this mean for my CV? How do I mention it?
The feeling of being nervous is something that happens to all of us, and during an interview, it’s no different…sweaty palms, butterflies and a dry mouth are all part of the ‘interview experience’.