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Do we really read all the applicants’ CV?

No, we don’t, we pre-select and than we read.

The importance of the cover letter

It depends on the professional, but we do not like to read too much, since there are too many CV’s, cover letters are not our priorities. Its easy to stand out with your CV and your direct communication to us. The cover letter can be easily your short message in the email.

What are hr people look for in a resume?

Please keep in mind that it takes less than 30 seconds for a HR professional/Recuriter to make a decision on your resume. Since you only have 30 seconds to impress, it's important that your information is placed in the right areas and easy to locate. Your Summary, (what you offer to a potential employer) should be at the start of your resume and remember to keep your employment in reverse chronological order (the most recent job at the top). Projects and achievements should be easily found under the relevant employer so that the reader isn't trying to work out which projects and achievements belong where. Also key certifications, degree should be easily identified. Don’t forget to have a personal touch also on your CV.


Do we really read all the applicants’ CV?

No, we don’t, we pre-select and than we read.

The importance of the cover letter

It depends on the professional, but we do not like to read too much, since there are too many CV’s, cover letters are not our priorities. Its easy to stand out with your CV and your direct communication to us. The cover letter can be easily your short message in the email.

What are hr people look for in a resume?

Please keep in mind that it takes less than 30 seconds for a HR professional/Recuriter to make a decision on your resume. Since you only have 30 seconds to impress, it's important that your information is placed in the right areas and easy to locate. Your Summary, (what you offer to a potential employer) should be at the start of your resume and remember to keep your employment in reverse chronological order (the most recent job at the top). Projects and achievements should be easily found under the relevant employer so that the reader isn't trying to work out which projects and achievements belong where. Also key certifications, degree should be easily identified. Don’t forget to have a personal touch also on your CV.


Do we really read all the applicants’ CV?

No, we don’t, we pre-select and than we read.

The importance of the cover letter

It depends on the professional, but we do not like to read too much, since there are too many CV’s, cover letters are not our priorities. Its easy to stand out with your CV and your direct communication to us. The cover letter can be easily your short message in the email.

What are hr people look for in a resume?

Please keep in mind that it takes less than 30 seconds for a HR professional/Recuriter to make a decision on your resume. Since you only have 30 seconds to impress, it's important that your information is placed in the right areas and easy to locate. Your Summary, (what you offer to a potential employer) should be at the start of your resume and remember to keep your employment in reverse chronological order (the most recent job at the top). Projects and achievements should be easily found under the relevant employer so that the reader isn't trying to work out which projects and achievements belong where. Also key certifications, degree should be easily identified. Don’t forget to have a personal touch also on your CV.


Do we really read all the applicants’ CV?

No, we don’t, we pre-select and than we read.

The importance of the cover letter

It depends on the professional, but we do not like to read too much, since there are too many CV’s, cover letters are not our priorities. Its easy to stand out with your CV and your direct communication to us. The cover letter can be easily your short message in the email.

What are hr people look for in a resume?

Please keep in mind that it takes less than 30 seconds for a HR professional/Recuriter to make a decision on your resume. Since you only have 30 seconds to impress, it's important that your information is placed in the right areas and easy to locate. Your Summary, (what you offer to a potential employer) should be at the start of your resume and remember to keep your employment in reverse chronological order (the most recent job at the top). Projects and achievements should be easily found under the relevant employer so that the reader isn't trying to work out which projects and achievements belong where. Also key certifications, degree should be easily identified. Don’t forget to have a personal touch also on your CV.


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