Most often, job seekers tend to be frustrated about applying to several places and they aren’t getting a positive feedback or no feedback at all, it could be more frustrating when you know you have so much to offer, but how would the employer know if your CV isn’t convincing?
Peradventure your CV might be the problem. Your CV is your selling point, and should be a reflection and detailed information of you and your achievements so far, it should be attractive and captivating.
The role you are applying for, should serve as a guideline for how your CV should look like. Imagine applying for a job as a Graphic Artist, all that your potential employer is interested in, is your portfolio i.e. your pictures and graphics of previous jobs, so your CV should be more of pictures and graphics and not so much of words, it has to be visual! Same goes for an animator or an artist. For a more professional position, it requires documentation and detailed information, so while applying for a job, your CV has to suite what you are applying for!
It is important, that your CV communicates to your potential employers, it should be convincing. Take your time and get creative with your CV but be professional about it.
You can also get professional help with your CV for the type of look that put you in front of the right employers.
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