Your CV is frustrating the recruiter!
Dear job-seeking candidate, it is so frustrating anytime a recruiter has to think and think before such a recruiter understands any statement or word you wrote on your CV.
This is even the more annoying to a recruiter; that after going over 30 CVs, none of the candidates (including you) seem qualified for the job. Such as recruiter now has to start a fresh CV application process over again.
But here is the truth!
Some of you candidates are actually qualified for the job.
What then could be the problem?
Very simple! How you wrote your CV.
You see, the aim of a CV is simple. A good CV should present you to the recruiter as a strong candidate for the job.
And that is what this book, How to write a job-landing CV, is all about.
When you get this ebook, you would start writing CVs that would always get you invited for interviews. Click the link below to get the ebook now for N 1,500.
Pay N 1,500 to 0262017308, LeadBizi-EdQuipa, GTBank.
After payment, text the depositor’s name, surname, and email address to 08137673701. In less than 1 hour, a link to download the ebook would be sent to your email.
Common CV Mistake Graduate Candidates Make
Here are the 3 top mistakes you, as a graduate candidate, are making on your CV.
Not showing potential
Recruiters know you do not have experience. However, you should write something on your CV that shows you would become “something” in the future, but you do not.
Starting CV your with less relevant sections
A recruiter has very few minutes to read your CV. Why start the CV with less relevant details like bio-data and soft skills like leadership or teamwork?
Silly mistakes in general
Saving and sending your CV as “Latest CV”, not following application instructions, wrong spellings, among others, are mistakes you are making.
Common CV Mistake Experienced Candidates Make
Here are the 3 top mistakes you, as an experienced candidate, are making on your CV.
Not showing experience
A recruiter needs to be convinced of your experience. Yet, your job duties on your CV do not list your job achievements. Rather, your CV is just looking like that of a graduate.
Not listing other areas of expertise
As an experienced candidate, you should be able to fit into other areas of your profession. Yet you do not list them on your CV? Why?
Weak professional summary
As soon as a recruiter opens your CV, there should be a paragraph of 3 – 4 sentences that summarises your career. That way, such a recruiter can take interest in you. Why do you not have that?
Make the move now!!!
Using our ebook, you would learn how to write a CV that would be free of mistakes, and would always get you invited for interviews. The book teach you how to write powerful cover letters.
Pages from the book, “How to write a job-landing CV”
Here are some snapshots from the book.
Why I wrote the book
I wrote from experience, I mentioned it in the book.
I also wrote from common sense. I mean, as a recruiter consulting for a company, it makes no sense for me to repeat the CV submission process because all the CV earlier submitted were not suitable.
So it would be a thing of job for me, if most CVs I receive are very suitable for the job opening.
What the book would teach you
New CV writing skills
New cover letter writing skills
How to make your CV stand out
Optimising your CV for the ATS
Make the move now!!!
This is the book you have been waiting. It is in PDF; easy to read on your phone or tablet. For N 1,500, it is all yours. Click the link below to get it NOW!
See what other readers have said!!!
“It makes so much sense. It is also well designed and written.”
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“It is a must read for job seekers.”
“The book is very insightful and educative.”
You deserve a better job, a higher pay, and a better life!!!
And a new CV that can describe your skills, strengths, education, and experience in a powerful way is all you need to help you.
Make the move now. For N 1,500, it is all yours.
Click the link below to get it NOW!
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