Good CV/s/Resume’s can get you the first interviews or they can ensure that you never receive any interviews. In this WEBchat with Mike Richards, CEO and Founder of The Treasury Recruitment Company, explains that to get that first interview your CV/resume has to: do the basics right, show the prospective employer that you can solve their painpoints, provide an interesting and developing story, and show what your next career development step is. He discusses how the length of CVs varies, and what the real essence of a CV/resume should be.
- Key timing points
- 01:31 Basic housekeeping
- 02:52 Be their painkiller
- 03:29 Identify their ‘Pain :points’
- 04:59 Provide an interesting plot
- 05:42 Where to next?
- 06:47 How long should a CV be?
- 07:40 The essence of the CV
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