Guide to Writing Resumes, CVs and Cover Letters
Publisher: Swarthmore College 2006
Number of pages: 54
This book reveals how you can make your CV stand out and convince the recruiter that you have what is needed to do the job. It offers practical tips on how to project a suitable professional image, identify your strengths and create a convincing covering letter. This edition includes further information on Internet application, recruitment agencies and headhunting.
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