The main focus a job seeker has when they write a CV is how they can demonstrate lots of relevant skills, qualifications, and an extensive career history. The aim is to prove they have what it takes to be the next hire. But is there something extra they could do?
Writing your very first CV can be an extremely daunting task. One of the most important parts is the ‘work experience’ section, and you’re probably wondering what could go here if you have never had a job.
So you’ve made it to the final stage of the hiring process – the job interview. Nerves are running high and you can hardly contain your excitement. You’ve already left the house nice and early and are dressed smartly to impress the employer. Is there anything you’ve forgotten?
The work history section of a CV is one of the most important parts. The employer is going to be reading this section very closely to see which skills can be used within their company.
ATS is a buzzword that’s being bantered around many a careers office – but what’s it all about?
Simply, it’s software that is now being used by a lot of larger organisations to vet candidates before a human reviews their CV.