Our December #WindbackWednesdays series was packed full of advice on how to get your CV to the top of the pile, and how to master the ultimate interview technique. Here’s a round-up of the issues we covered, including everything you need to get your application noticed in 2013.
- 38 tips on writing an academic CV: Many academic job vacancies have fairly basic application forms, so the main way you will get an interview is by having a very good academic CV.
- Which type of CV is best for you? There’s more than one approach to structuring your CV, enabling you to tailor the marketing of your skills and experiences to different employers.
- Job applications: Straight to the top of the pile: The distinctions between a lengthy, technical CV and a snappy résumé can make a big difference in a job search.
- PhD students: how to improve your communication skills – and why you should: What you can do to improve your soft-skills set.
Join us again over the next four weeks as we look at the delicate question of cash, and how to negotiate your salary.
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