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Recruitment Blog Category: CV's and Resumes

Video CVs

Video CVsThe jury is still out on video CVs. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 01/07/2007

CV Bloopers

CV BloopersJust a bit of fun with these CV bloopers More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 07/07/2007

CV And Reference Checking

CV And Reference CheckingHere are some interesting statistics from Golightly about CV and References checking More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 02/08/2007

Top CV Advice

Top CV AdviceTips on CV writing best practice plus advice on job applications, CVs and Cover letters More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 05/12/2007

Best Practice For Writing A Great Resume

Best Practice For Writing A Great ResumeA clearly written resume will help to improve your recruitment chances. It is also much more likely to grab the attention of the recruiter or potential employer and increase your chances of being selected for interview and thus finding a job. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 05/01/2009

Great Resume Writing Tips

Great Resume Writing TipsPotential employers and the recruitment sector see many resumes for vacant jobs so presentation is vital in terms of getting your job application ahead of those other job seekers More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 06/01/2009

Great Tips To Help You Write An Amazing Resume

Great Tips To Help You Write An Amazing ResumeLets look at the need for less is more when it comes to your job experience and why you would be the right person to recruit. The key for all job seekers is to provide that information in a very concise and unique way. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 07/01/2009

Resumes That Get You Jobs

Resumes That Get You JobsHere we look at the crucial role of laying out your resume in reverse order. Recruiters and employees are most interested in your recent work history so doing this will help you reach the interview process and hopefully, in part, get you the job you want. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 08/01/2009

Resume Writing Tips To Help You Get The Job You Always Wanted

Resume Writing Tips To Help You Get The Job You Always WantedJob hunting and finding a job can be tough so when applying for a job dont be tempted to embellish your resume. A recruiter or employer may well catch you out and its not worth the trouble this may cause. Candidates who are honest are more likely to get the job of their dreams. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 09/01/2009

Tips For Those Who Want To Create A Great Resume

Tips For Those Who Want To Create A Great ResumeRecruiters and potential employers see many resumes when looking to fill job vacancies so making yours as attractive to the eye, clear and precise is of paramount importance in getting you ahead of the game and into your desired workplace. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 12/01/2009

Resume Writing Tips For Recruitment Success

Resume Writing Tips For Recruitment SuccessHere we look at the important role a covering letter plays in a job search and the recruitment process. Always include a job application cover letter when sending out a resume as it will give a recruiter and potential employer a first impression of you and what kind of employee you will be. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 13/01/2009

Tips For Writing Your Resume

Tips For Writing Your ResumeWhen putting together your resume it might be helpful to make a few different versions. This will greatly enhance your recruitment success and highlight your specific experience in the field in which you are applying. An employer is looking for relevant history in the field in which the job vacancy is in. Play to those strengths and get that job. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 14/01/2009

Resume Writing Tips To Help You Get That Amazing Job

Resume Writing Tips To Help You Get That Amazing JobIn this blog we look at the personal information you put in your resume, why its so important to employers and why, it just may get you the job you want. Recruiters dont want a robot with all the correct experiential boxes ticked but also a friendly, genuine and approachable candidate. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 15/01/2009

Create A Resume That Gets You Recruited

Create A Resume That Gets You RecruitedIts vital when applying for a job and sending your resume to potential employers that it contains no mistakes. No recruiter in their right mind will want to interview a candidate who appears not to be able to spell, or even use a spell check or seems to care so little that they have not checked over their application. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 16/01/2009

Top CV Tips

Top CV Tips Job hunting and securing work can be hard and one of your strongest tools is your CV. Recruitment agencies and potential employers see many so getting yours as precise and clear as possible is a crucial step in getting you that job. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 16/04/2009

Great CV Advice

Great CV AdviceA recruiter, be they a business employer or recruitment agency, will see many CVs so style is what will make yours stand out from the job hunting crowd and help get you that new career or into that place of work. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 17/04/2009

How To Improve Your Job Application

How To Improve Your Job ApplicationPresentation and appearance is everything when going through the initial process of applying for a job. Work is the crucial thing, the recruiter has it and you want it so make getting a job your job. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 20/04/2009

Advice For A Great CV

Advice For A Great CVThere is a fine art to the CV process. As a job hunter you want to get ahead of the game and get that new career so the length of your CV is paramount. Recruiters and employers see many so keep yours short. But not too short. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 21/04/2009

Great CVs: A Tip

Great CVs: A TipEfficiency is the key when putting together a CV for a recruitment agency or employer. Finding a job is your aim so whether its temporary recruitment, full time employment or a new career you are seeking make your CV as precise and attractive to the eye as possible. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 22/04/2009

Tips For A Top CV

Tips For A Top CVThe chronology of a CV is a crucial part to get right. Recruitment best practice and careers advice will always say the ordering of information can make the difference to an employer or job agency and help get you an interview. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 23/04/2009

CVs That Get Jobs

CVs That Get JobsPersonality and connection through a CV can make the difference between a recruiter, employer or job agency short listing you for interview or not. Job selection and employee candidate selection can be arduous so dont overlook this vital need. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 24/04/2009

Improve Your CV

Improve Your CVJob agencies, recruitment consultants and employers when looking to recruit workers see many CVs so if you can make a few versions of yours emphasizing different aspects of your employment and work history it can only help your cause. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 27/04/2009

Tips For CV Improvement

Tips For CV ImprovementTypos and grammatical errors will stand out a mile to a professional job agency, recruitment consultancy or employer so dont put yourself out of the running for a job interview by forgetting to check your CV for simple mistakes. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 28/04/2009

CV Improvement Advice

CV Improvement AdviceWe all want the jobs we apply for or we wouldnt bother filling out the application form, but thinking about winning that new career at any cost just isnt worth the trouble. Recruiters, job agencies and potential employers see many CVs and lying on yours is a waste of time. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 29/04/2009

Accepting a New Job Offer, To Take or Not to Take?

Accepting a New Job Offer, To Take or Not to Take?The fabulous job that you wanted now has put an offer on your table. Accepting a new job offer can be exciting, invigorating, it makes us all feel good and valued doesnt it. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 04/06/2009

Ensuring Your CV Makes The Right Impression

Ensuring Your CV Makes The Right Impression Your CV is the first impression a new employer is likely to make a judgement on; it must sell you & your capabilities. Here I offer some tips to assist you create the best quality CV. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 15/09/2010

How Job Board Friendly Is Your CV?

How Job Board Friendly Is Your CV? Job boards. Whether you love or hate them they're here to stay and are considered by many to be a vital tool for the modern job seeker. With most job boards you can browse a job vacancy database, which will have hundreds, maybe thousands of job vacancies, apply search filters to make sure that you only see the job vacancies that are right for you More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 17/09/2010

CV Advice: 5 Top Tips For Job Seekers

CV Advice: 5 Top Tips For Job Seekers Number one: A CV should be targeted either to meet the requirements of an advertised vacancy or, if you're making a speculative approach, to appeal to a particular employer. More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 22/09/2010

How Not To Write A CV

How Not To Write A CVThere's plenty of advice available online talking about how to write a good CV: what to do, what to include, how to write it. But what shouldn't you do? What makes a bad CV, a CV that could potentially put recruiters off? More...
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Published by: Hirescores on 28/03/2011

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