Writing your first CV after graduating can be a little tricky, you will more than likely have a CV template already but for your first professional position, there will be some subtle differences to the format and style.
Below are bullet points of what should be included in your Graduate CV
For further guidance on formatting, length and content click the link below to view our top tips for your Graduate CV.
You rarely get a second chance to make a good impression on a prospective employer, so at your interview it is important that you get it right first time. We have put together some top tips on;
Follow our ‘Interview Tips’ link to get more insight.
Why is your ‘online’ brand so important?
When over 90% of recruiters and HR professionals refer to social media to review your profile, managing your online reputation is KEY.
Think: ‘Who can access your data?’ If your profile is public, your future employer could have an insight into more than just your qualifications and work experience.
Following are a few tips which will keep you on the right course for your social branding.
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