Need to write a killer C.V.? Looking for that dream job? Want to climb the corporate ladder, choose a training course, impress your boss? The Yellow® How To guide to Careers & Work can help you find the answers you need to stay ahead of the pack.
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You want that job. You’ve worked on your C.V. You’ve knocked it into shape so that your skills, experience and qualifications are all targeted to the position. You’ve used a single font and set out the document in a clear, easy to read format. You’re ready to go.
Writing a CV involves a couple of pages and a few hundred words. War and Peace it ain’t. But it could be the difference between a wage and the dole, between the run-of-the-mill job you’re stuck in at the moment and the dream job you’ve trained and struggled and searched for.