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- How to write the cover letter
You need to have a professional, well-structured cover letter which can convince the recruiter that you are a good fit for the company. In this comprehensive guide you will learn:
- How to write a cover letter (UK)
- How to choose the right template
- How to start a cover letter
- How to structure a cover letter
- How to end a cover letter
- Personal Statement for CV
Your personal statement or CV personal profile is the first thing a recruiter reads when they look at your Curriculum vitae. As it is your opening paragraph, it’s vital that the personal statement for your CV draws recruiters in and gains their interest. Many recruiters will only read your CV personal statement and decide if you sound like a suitable candidate before reading anything else. This guide will provide you with:
- Personal statement examples
- Personal statements tips
- Personal statement for a CV: Common mistakes
- Frequently Asked Questions about Personal statement for CV
- Skills for a CV
On average, recruiters spend just 6 seconds looking at each CV they receive. Finding the right skills to put on a CV is a great way to grab their attention and show them you have what they need. A killer skills section is made up of both hard (specialist) and soft (transferable) skills. To make things easier, we’ve pulled together a wide range of soft and hard skills examples for CVs.
- How to write a CV
Whether you’re creating your first or your tenth Curriculum Vitae (CV), it can feel like a daunting task. Thankfully, writing a CV isn’t as difficult nowadays as it might have been before.
We’ll make sure you’re up to speed with the ‘must-haves’ and ‘must-nots’ for CV writing, as well as providing a step-by-step guide to writing a CV in the UK.