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Digital CV

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14:17 PM | 25 May 2011

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A previous post from Rosie at Propel gives advice on what employers are looking for within your digital CV. This week’s post looks at the digital variations for hosting your resume / curriculum vitae / portfolio online.

A previous post from Rosie at Propel gives advice on what employers are looking for within your digital CV. This week’s post looks at the digital variations for hosting your resume / curriculum vitae / portfolio online.

A digital CV can be highly effective and has the potential to hold a lot more information than your usual two pager. Whilst we don’t expect certain sectors to welcome the use of a blog, YouTube video or digital portfolio, the marketing and advertising industry is the ideal place to try something new, put your personality out there and learn how to sell yourself.

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