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How to make a video CV

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15:30 PM | 5 May 2016
by Gergana Tacheva
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Creating a video CV is a great way to stand out from the crowd of students and graduates. Here’s some tips and examples to get you started.

Do you feel passionate about creative industries such as Advertising, Marketing and PR? Are you one of those creative people full of bright and colourful ideas? Maybe you should use that creativity to present the skills and experience you have gained to stand out of the crowd when applying for jobs.

Researchers, claim that people who design a 60 seconds video are more likely to get a job position. Moreover, video CV’s are becoming extremely popular in the competitive job market. The video itself allows you to show your personality and creativity.

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