Monthly Archives: May 2008
Your CV’s main purpose is to promote you, your skills, experience and achievements in the punchiest way possible. A CV should be 100% positive, and therefore, should not include reasons for leaving. However, you should always be prepared to answer … Continue reading
Becoming a Chef is often more of a lifestyle, rather than a job description. Chefs need to demonstrate a passion for food, coupled with a commitment to providing total quality service in culinary arts. When writing your Chef CV, you’ll … Continue reading
The role of an Estate Agent is client-facing – necessitating strong people skills, underpinned by proven communication, sales, marketing and negotiation skills. Many Estate Agents also gain exposure to auctioneering, leasing and property management.
Hairdressing is competitive and hierarchical industry. If you’re interested in this area, you’re probably already aware that the majority of hairdressers start out as a trainee where the pay is usually poor.
Whether you are a Lawyer or a Paralegal, your profession carries an enormous degree of responsibility, together with the prerequisite to deal with complex situations. As you’re no doubt aware, writing CVs for the legal profession requires a solid command … Continue reading