Jobseekers ruining chances with bad CVs

Jobseekers ruining chances with bad CVs

Jobseekers are ruining their chances of securing employment by not spending enough time on their CV, according to a new study.

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Comments (2)

  • Sam
    Sam@ Frank Hutton
    Thu, 26 Sep 2013 1:03pm BST
    Which word?
  • Frank Hutton
    Frank Hutton
    Tue, 24 Sep 2013 1:36pm BST
    I love the fact that you've misspelt one of the keywords for this piece criticising, amongst other things, spellings in CVs. And the word? Cirriculum vitae.

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