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Employment advice for students

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14:45 PM | 17 June 2016
by Alina Tolstova
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When you are searching for a job there are number of aspects that need to be considered. Here are a few tips to take into account while job hunting.

When you are searching for a job there are number of aspects that need to be considered. Here are a few tips to take into account while hunting for a job.

CV and cover letter

First aspect that should be considered by fresh graduates is writing a well-structured CV. There are plenty of samples and information available on how to write a CV that will catch recruiter’s attention. Remember that it takes 30 seconds for recruiter to decide whether you will be contacted or not. If you still experiencing difficulties with CV there are number of companies (like FutureRising) that offer professional help such as reviewing CV, giving a recommendations on formatting, outlining and grasping key words that recruiters are looking for.

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