It’s round one. You’re up against some serious competition. We want a clean fight; no underhand tactics. So, what can give you the competitive edge? Laying down a knock out CV.
If you haven’t read the title, you may be slightly confused by the introduction; the Carl Froch vs George Groves fight is still playing on my mind; what a knockout! But winning a fight billed as the biggest in British boxing history could be seen as similar to securing yourself a fantastic position with the company of your dreams! It can certainly be argued that full time work hasn’t been the easiest to find over the last decade, so we want to help you win the fight for your future! (And you may even be so overjoyed you propose to your girlfriend/ boyfriend like Froch… but don’t let this put you off reading further!)
Below are a few tips from the Mitchell Adam team to help get your CV fighting fit! * cue ‘Eye of the Tiger’ and rocky montage*
Right, to get your CV to pack a punch there are certain things you need to include:
And, on the other (gloved) hand, there are those things that shouldn’t appear in the ring (the ring being your CV; which you would have probably already guessed by now!)
So there you have it… We hope our tips will help you reach the finals and knock out your opponents! We’d like to wish everyone good luck on their dream job search!
Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
At Social Hire, we don't just do social.
Our digital marketing managers are the wizards that can give you the insight you need to grow your business. Have you had enough of making difficult personnel choices that don't work well for your online marketing?
We create and implement original social media marketing plans that help our customers accomplish their organisational objectives and build up their online footprint.
Our team are a company that helps our customers further their digital footprint by providing digital marketing on a monthly basis.
You might like these blog posts Why Small Businesses Need to Lean on Technology More, 5 Examples Of What Not To Say To Employees When Giving Feedback, Social Media & the Ethics of Privacy, and Navigating Photoshop and Design Trends in an Age of Social Media Marketing.