You've found your dream job, now to the small task of applying. So what are recruiters really looking for?
Coming across well on paper is an entirely different ball game to acing an interview. From the right font to whether or not to include a personal bio, Heidi Bannister, MD of recruitment company Arthur Edward Associates, talks you through how to write a CV that will put you at the top of the pile.
Where should you start when writing a CV for a cosmetics industry job?
Start by thinking about what you want and what skills and experience you can offer. Think about what a future employer wants to know, how did you make a difference in your previous roles? What did you or your team achieve? List down all your experience starting with the most recent job first, include brief details on what you did and what you achieved.
Does one size fit all?
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