There are many instances when simply listing your previous job titles and the daily tasks will just not cut it anymore. Employers are looking for a much more detailed view of how you performed in those roles, and would like to see examples. That could be anything ranging from sales figures to generated revenue; customer service to problem solving.
We will help explain how you can incorporate the right information in your employment history section, and how you can ensure any gaps are adequately filled and explained. Employment gaps are a major concern for all employers, and knowing what to put down on your CV is the key to success.
Creating a relevant work history section for your CV is a must – and we will show you how to do it. Why should you experience be relevant? An employer is only interested in seeing what skills you’ve attained that can be utilised in their company, so listing all of your tasks and responsibilities is not going to help them see how you’re a worthy candidate.
We will help show you how to create an employment section which will highlight all the key areas and demonstrate to the employer that you are the right person for the job. Even if you have only a small amount of experience, we can show you how to bolster your CV and make the hiring manager want to give your application a second look.
Applying for a job with no work experience can feel like a lost cause, but that’s simply not true – and we are here to help show you how to write your CV. There are lots of hidden skills you’ve probably never realised you’ve gained along the way – through both your education and work experience. You’d be surprised at how easy it is to complete a two page CV with what seems like so little to go from.