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24th June, ExpatsDirect.Com Career Desk

Dear Jobseeker,

Ever been in a situation where you need a CV real fast for a crucial job application, but simply do not have the time to get it done in time? Or you don't have the time or the ability to format your CV to make it look attractive and appealing despite its good content? Or your CV content just simply does not seem to be appropriate or targeted for the job you are applying for?

Yes, sounds familiar. But it gets harder still...

You only have 5-10 seconds to impress!

You might be surprised to know that you only have between 5-10 seconds at the most to impress and be shortlisted. In those 5-10 seconds, it is not necessarily the most qualified person who will be put in the shortlist pile, but it is the one who is the best at being able to get noticed by his or her CV.

A winning CV requires a combination of good content and attractive appearance with clever formatting.

It is an established fact that recruiters look for any reason to dismiss CVs as the first stage of processing the hundreds of CVs they often receive. If a CV does not impress at first glance, its going to get trashed.

Having been in the recruitment industry for many long years, here is something we want to share with you about the process by which you are eliminated from the shortlist...

Four Steps a Recruiter Takes to Trash Your CV...

Having 200-300 CVs or resumes to analyse, a tight schedule, and probably working late, an employer's or recruiting manager's approach is to scan the huge pile quickly and look for any little reason to trash your CV or resume.

The scenario described above of a recruiting manager or employer is fairly typical. With hundreds of CVs or resumes, little time, and the pressure of identifying the best person for the job, the strategy a recruiter takes is to first eliminate all those who show any little sign of being worthy of elimination. And the basis of that is your CV and resume, highlighting the great importance attached to this one or two page document.

So what happens when the pile of 300 CVs and resumes are put in front of the recruitment manager? Well there are three main steps, which are taken to filter the pile. Filtering is needed to choose appropriate candidates for the interview stage. So those not worthy of being interviewed have their CVs or resumes trashed. Let's take a look at them one by one.

The First Stage: The 5-10 Second Glance

The recruitment manager is not going to spend minutes going through each CV or resume to find what he is looking for. Rather, his first step is to spend at the most 10 seconds to take a quick glance at mainly the first page and the following page(s) if the first page interests him. So the process of elimination begins with the following:

  • Any CV or resume which is longer than 4 pages will be trashed. This is generally the case, unless the employer requires a detailed career history. But most CVs are no longer than three pages, and as for resumes they should be shorter. So the recruitment manager will not be bothered reading anything over 4 pages.

  • Any CV or resume that does not have a profile, or objective or similar paragraph and an easy discernible list of skills on the front page will get trashed. The recruitment manager does not want to start scanning your CV or resume to see if he can find where your skills and achievements are, or what you are qualified to do. You are supposed to present that to the recruitment manager using your career marketing tool, the CV or resume.

  • Any CV or resume which is written in long sentences and lengthy paragraphs and where a quick glance does not allow the identification of relevant information, such as skills and achievements will get trashed. The recruitment manager is not there to read essays or novels.

  • Any CV or resume which is annoying. This is mainly due to bad formatting. Things such as using many different fonts and font sizes, cluttering the information with little white space, making it harder to read. Also the use of excessive underlining, bold and italics, in combination. All of these matters make the CV or resume difficult to read and follow and annoys the recruitment manager.

By now the recruitment manager has gladly trashed 70% of all the pile and is left with around 80-90 CVs or resumes. Happy with the time he has saved, he or she can now spend a little more quality time scanning what remains.

The Second Stage: 10-15 Second Glance at the First Page

At this point, the recruitment manager is looking for what is specifically relevant. This requires a match between the skills required for the job and the skills and achievements presented by you. So without really looking at your or CV or resume in too much detail, he simply wants to identify what have you got to offer and does it match his or her organisation's requirements. He or she will be looking to identify this on the first page and without having to try hard to locate this information. The match could be general or it could be specific. But because the recruitment manager is only interested in a general match, spending a relatively small amount of time (10-15 seconds) in gauging this, he will include CVs or resumes at this stage which will still be filtered later. By now there around 40 CVs or resumes that remain, about half from the first stage of filtering.

The Third Stage: Short Listing for the Interview Stage

Here the recruitment manager spends a little more time, and picks out those CVs and resumes that have a specific match, or a very close match to the job requirements, and these are considered potential candidates. Here, the method of the recruitment manager has changed from elimination of irrelevant CVs and resumes to picking out highly relevant and quality matches. So after this stage, about two-thirds of the remaining pile will be discarded and we have around 15 CVs or resumes that remain.

The Fourth Stage: Picking Candidates from the Short List

It is only at this point that the recruitment manager will now look in more detail and go beyond the first page of the CV or resume to pick candidates from the short list. There are a number of factors that the recruitment manager will be focusing upon, however the two most important of them are:

  • What achievements has the candidate demonstrated from previous jobs

  • What makes the candidate stand out from the others

After looking at these factors, the final interview list will be prepared which can be less than 5 candidates. So, have you got a CV or resume that will survive these four steps? The reality of the recruitment process shows that you need a targeted and focused CV or resume that not only grabs attention by showing a skills match, but is also crafted, worded and formatted to give you an edge over other candidates.

This is indeed the typical selection process that takes place.

If you want to apply for your dream job and don't want to miss out, you don't want to be fumbling around trying to rush your CV. It is vital to not only grab attention with an attractive and eye-catching format, but also to please and satisfy the employer by providing appropriately written content that is targeted to the job.

For most people this can be a daunting and worrying task, because it requires effort, creativity and some specific know-how regarding the CV writing process.

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There are two key ingredients to a powerful and compelling CV. The right content, which has to be targeted for the job in question, and an attractive appearance which catches the eye. Don't be led to believe that just by having a great looking CV you will be successful. You must also have the appropriate content to be shortlisted for an interview. Do not be misled wild claims that having a flashy CV will win you the job. Sure it might get you noticed, but that's only half of the story.

Let's face it - employers know what they want in a job candidate. A visually attractive CV on its own is not going to win over the employer if you have failed to demonstrate that you are the best person for the job by writing appropriate content. This is why you need more than just wonderfully attractive templates.

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Each of the templates has a particular style and is designed to allow you to have the greatest flexibility in choosing what you want the employer to see first, or remember about you. The design has been kept clean and crisp, and you can lengthen the CV by adding your own titles and headings as you see fit. Whether you have an established career history, are changing career, or have skill sets that make you highly employable in your sector, you will find in these templates what will allow you to highlight all of that.

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Yes, we are sure you have seen them as well... you can buy 50 templates, or 200 templates, and even 500 templates - for a cheap price. But lets be practical, are you going to spend all that time trying to figure out which of those hundreds of cheap samples you are going to use? We have decided to include no more than 10-12 quality templates in our package because this allows you to be focused.

The templates contain a mixture of different format styles and are designed to stand out. You can choose something that is reasonably attractive from a visual standpoint and which will definitely catch the eye of the employer. And once the visual element has been sorted, you really need to focus on writing quality content and presenting it effectively..

Let us say this loud and clear...

Quality, Targeted Content is What Matters Most...

You need to really comprehend and remember the above statement.

You can have a brilliant flashy CV template, but if your content is not right, you will fail. For this reason, we are not interested in just dumping you with 50, 100 or even 500 templates, leaving you lost and wondering where to start! This would be very unscrupulous! We want you to know how to write high-quality targeted CVs.

We want you to have this knowledge so you can beat the other candidates and succeed.

It is a proven and well-researched fact that it is the person who is able to implement this knowledge best who will have the greatest chance of getting the job - and not the necessarily person who is the most qualified (see the quote from the Census Bureau further down).

From: "Shuwaz Dar"
To: "cv.desk"
Subject: Re: Thanks for a quality product!
Update: Hey! I got the job! Only three weeks after I used the CV templates and the knowledge to create a highly targeted CV for my job area, I won the job. Not only that, I have been offered a higher paid job within the same organisation after three months of trial employment for the first job. I have been employed by IBM. One thing that I feel it is important to mention again is what the recruiter said to me about my CV, " stood out amongst all the others". I'd like to thank you for making an invaluable tool, it is extremely powerful. I will be using the site again in the future.

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So What About Your Content?

As the saying goes, "content is king". You need to know how to write good content.

The knowledge of how to write one's CV data is what separates the winners from the losers. This is a fact.

The following is a quotation from the Census Bureau after conducting a survey of 10 million job seekers in order to identify successful job hunting tactics:
"The skills that make a person employable are not so much the ones needed on the job as the ones needed to get the job, skills like the ability to find a job opening, complete an application, prepare a resume, and survive an interview."
Therefore, the key is knowing how to effectively market yourself and to get yourself noticed. This requires a combination of good CV format and layout and of course effective presentation and writing of the actual content. Relevant and appropriate content is of utmost importance to your CV. Attractive templates are only a part of your success.

You will fail if there is no quality content on your CV!

Lets face it, most people are not expert CV writers. At best, you may be able to create an attractive CV template, but do you know how to write highly targeted CVs? Do you know the techniques and methods used by CV writing professionals that seem to produce results time and time again? The answer for most people is "No!". To give you complete and comprehensive help and to give you a competitive edge over your competitors, we are happy to share some of our expert knowledge and instruction in our E-Book and some great additional bonuses available only for a limited time...

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Step 1: Knowing yourself
Your CV is your ultimate marketing tool. So it is important to know exactly what you are marketing and selling. It is vital that you have a thorough understanding of you skills, knowledge, experience and achievements. This understanding and knowledge is the repository from which you can pick qualities, skills and achievements to demonstrate that you have what it takes to fulfill the requirements of the job.

Step 2: The Four Types of Information Vital for Every CV
In essence, this relates to what you have to offer, and this should be apparent from your skills audit. Almost every job requires a combination of four types of qualities or skills. For this reason you must ensure that in the way that you craft your CV, elements of these four types of qualities or skills must come across strongly...

Step 3: Knowing the Job
Knowing the job you want has two stages. Firstly, knowing the company, and secondly knowing what the job requires. It is important to know about the company because it provides an understanding of the context in which the job operates. For example, a position in a small privately owned business will require different skills and aptitudes to a similar position with the same job title in a large multi-national organization.

Step 4: Making the Match
Making the match is what it is all about. The match is between the skills required for the job and the skills you have to offer. Unless you can demonstrate a strong match in your CV, then you are unlikely to be picked for an interview.

Step 5: Putting it all Together
We have now reached the stage where you can start putting it all together. By this point you should have the groundwork in place to write a CV with the right content. The following are some of the main issues that should be considered when putting together your CV...

Step 6: Style and Presentation
When the employer or recruiting manager looks at your CV, it must generate interest and also be pleasing to look at. Not only does the content have to be relevant and targeted, the look and feel must also be right. You may have the best content, brilliantly written, but if your CV is not aesthetic and pleasing to look at, it might simply get rejected. There are three main issues regarding style and presentation...

Step 7: Review and Improvement
When you have put it all together and you have something to look at, there will always be room for improvement. You can use the following factors to review and improve your CV or resume...

Step 8: Answering Key Questions To Make Your CV Impressive
Answering these questions will help you to present a clear, strong and more memorable image of your skills and achievements. Since the content of your CV or resume determines its effectiveness, it is worth your while to really think about ways in which these questions relate to you. With these questions you will rewrite, improve and update the information gathered from your skills audit.

Step 9: How to Energise and Quantify Sentences
Learn how to create a better impact by using efficient sentence structure and content. Quantifying your experience with appropriate facts and figures helps to create a better impression.

Step 10: Using Job Titles And Skill Headings Effectively
The use of appropriate job titles or skill headings is a crucial part of the CV or resume. These titles or headings are one of the major factors in your image projection to the employer. It is crucial therefore that you know and understand the impact that job titles can have on employers.

Step 11: Writing Outstanding Career Objectives
The career objective should be short and may consist of up to a few sentences. It should include two pieces of information. The position you are seeking and what experience or skills you possess that qualify you for this position.

Step 12: How to Deal with Gaps in Employment
To employers unfortunately, gaps in employment history can raise questions such as "This person has a problem", or "There might be something to hide here", "This person is not dedicated or serious" and so on. To remove any negative thoughts in the mind of the potential employer or hiring manager, you will need to address these gaps in your employment.

Step 13: Why is a CV or Resume Rejected?
There are many reasons why your CV or resume can be rejected. Some of the most common reasons are covered in this section. Make sure you avoid them!

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In short-listing for interview, some recruiters take the approach of looking for reasons not to select you for interview, as opposed to looking for reasons to select you. This is why identification of perceived weaknesses is important. So far as CV writing is concerned, you need to be aware of areas which a recruiter might regard as being a weakness that could have an adverse impact on the success of your application.

Congratulations, You've Got a Competitive Edge Over Most People!

The problem with most people is that when they are required to write a CV, as soon as they have any information, they start filling out their CV - without knowing that at best, this information is only raw data that needs to be revised and edited. Remember, it is not the person who is most qualified that will get the job, but the person who has the knowledge of how to write an attractive and compelling, highly-targeted CV. This requires knowledge of the techniques used by professional CV writers who are so successful at what they do.

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Wait... After Writing a Great CV You Also Need a Great Covering Letter!!


Fact #1: Your cover letter is your one-page sales letter!

Yes, this one page document is your chance to sell yourself to the employer. The nature of your CV is that it will always contain information irrelevant to the post, however the covering letter can be used to focus purely on why the employer should hire you and the specific benefits you will bring to their organisation. Your covering letter is your sales pitch, so you need to know how to market yourself!

Fact #2: Your cover letter is more important than your CV!

The covering letter actually gives the first impression. It can be used to direct the employer to the relevant facts on the CV. If you are not able to get the employer's attention and interest them immediately, they will not be motivated to look at your CV, and it will end up in the trash bin.

Fact #3: Personalisation is the secret weapon

Personalizing the opening part of the letter to each company will ensure that you stand out from the rest of the candidates and will also enhance your chances of winning the job greatly. Most people just use standard templates which employers simply get accustomed to. They trash the covering letter because there is nothing outstanding or original and turn to see what is on the CV, and if your CV is not targeted, it gets tossed! So your covering letter can be the make or break!

Remember, we don't want to just dump you with some templates and leave you on your own. We consider this unethical! Writing a good CV is only the first step - you have to address two more, (i) writing the covering letter and - when your CV has impressed the potential employer - (ii) performing an interview.

Covering letters in some ways can be considered more important than CVs. One of the reasons is that you have the complete flexibility to highlight whatever you want in your covering letter. This allows you direct the potential employer to what makes you the best candidate. There is a certain style and model upon which successful and impressive covering letters are built. We are giving you the additional bonuses below to help you complete this part of your career-building with ease.

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Wait... After a Great CV and Covering Letter, You Will Be Getting Interviews!!

Jobseeker, we are extremely confident that you will be landing interviews after you have mastered the art of writing highly targeted CVs... but what about the interview itself?

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