Date: 23 August 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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So what should a Cover Letter cover?

Your cover letter is a letter of introduction to accompany your CV when you are applying for job opportunities. Many companies will ask for a cover letter during the application process, as it is a way to introduce yourself to potential employers and explain your suitability for the desired position. Size and Format Firstly, your
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Date: 18 August 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Why a little white lie can be a big mistake on your CV

When applying for a job, it comes as no surprise that many other active job seekers will have sent their application through, so although the competition is high it important to be honest in your CV. Here is why- SME Interviews You So you have got to interview stage, which is great, but do you
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Date: 3 August 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Use Your “Hobbies & Interests” to Stand Out

Putting your hobbies and interests on your CV is a great way to cultivate your skills and abilities, whilst giving a little insight into your life… Culture fit Along with your experience and qualifications, your hobbies and interests can create a complete image of who you are. Companies invest in their people and want the right
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Date: 16 June 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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7 Sins to Avoid in your Job Interview

Congratulations on securing a job interview! Calm your nerves, take a few deep breaths and try to avoid the following: Being late: Timekeeping is vital when you are attending an interview. If you are late, or rushed this will show a lack of time management, which could also reflect badly with your management of projects
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Date: 14 June 2016
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Posted by: Attribute Group
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Six Tips to Writing your CV

Your CV is designed to provide an overview of your skills, experience and achievements. Here are six tips to help you with writing your CV: Use the correct spelling and grammar   First and foremost, you need to check, double check and triple check your spelling and grammar. There are no excuses. With Microsoft Word’s built
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