Some tricks before you start

  • Take a look at the job(s) that you are applying for.
  • Consider how your skills, education, and experience compare with job requirments.
  • Spend time researching detail about the job(s) that interest you and information about the employer - their structure, products, successes, and approach - from:
    • Their own publicity, reports and publications;
    • A library (business reports, trade papers);
    • Newspaper reports;
    • The Internet;
    • College career office;
  • Information included under general headings - education, work experience, etc., has to be presented in diverse chronological order with the most recent events first.
Last modified on Monday, 12 March 2012 14:15


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