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Learn how to make your job utility stand out


00:00:00: Introduction 00:02:35: Three important questions to assist formulate your CV 00:03:29: The good fundamentals to writing a CV… 00:03:53: … create a PDF 00:04:34: … hold to not more than two pages 00:06:43: … record key achievements first 00:07:47: … use key phrases from the job description 00:08:47: … obtain a template 00:10:26: … picture or not picture 00:12:14: … hold your personal copy when filling out a kind 00:13:51: Personalise your CV to mirror the reader or the corporate 00:17:19: What to say in a masking letter 00:18:10: LinkedIn profile suggestions 00:21:33: Replace your LinkedIn headline 00:24:46: 5 checks earlier than you hit ship 00:25:32: Last ideas

Sarah Ellis: Hello, I am Sarah. Helen Tupper: And I am Helen. Sarah Ellis: And that is the Squiggly Careers podcast, the place each week we share concepts for motion and instruments to check out that we actually hope will aid you to navigate your Squiggly Profession with a bit extra confidence, readability and management. Helen Tupper: We will not ignore your voice!  Sarah’s a bit croaky, everyone.  We’re recording this on the finish of a comparatively lengthy day; we have been collectively for about 8.00am prepping stuff this morning, and we have been filming and speaking all day for some completely different movies that we create for many the periods that we run.  That, mixed with a little bit of a chilly, has Sarah a little bit bit croaky on this episode. Sarah Ellis: I’ve finished that factor of getting the flu jab for some very, excellent causes, and I really feel like that jab has given me a tiny little bit of flu, and I do know not one of the science behind this.  So, I am blaming that.  Additionally, I am so weedy with regards to needles.  So, after I had this flu jab, she was like, “I am simply going to do it”, and I used to be like, “I am simply going to look the opposite manner”.  So, I am so pleased with myself for having it, however all my household know that they usually have been like, “Properly finished, Sarah, that is actually, actually good”. Helen Tupper: I do love you, however you’re weedy with any sort of illness-type factor! Sarah Ellis: However hey, you say that, however I am nonetheless right here, nonetheless recording our podcast. Helen Tupper: You’re a devoted weed. Sarah Ellis: Thanks. Helen Tupper: So, what are we speaking about as we speak? Sarah Ellis: So, as we speak we will speak about easy methods to make your job functions stand out.  So, we all know that this may not be related for everyone proper now, however we’re in all probability all making use of for a job in some unspecified time in the future each couple of years, whether or not that is internally or externally.  And I all the time assume we additionally all the time know any individual who’s making use of for a job.  So, even when this isn’t you proper now, maybe there’s something that you will hear as we speak that you can assist another person with. Helen Tupper: And truly, as a result of I feel I have never utilized for a job for some time, as a result of I am working our enterprise with you and I need not apply for a job; however there have been a few awards that I’ve put us ahead for, for various issues, which have required me to replace my CV and fill in an utility kind.  So, I nonetheless assume lots of what we’re speaking about would apply for these types of issues, if something’s placing them ahead for funding, or for awards, that kind of factor. Sarah Ellis: Yeah, and I’ve utilized for a number of jobs, the place they’re extra trustee or volunteer roles.  And likewise, we’ve lately marketed a job for Superb If, the place we obtained greater than 200 functions, so I really feel like I’ve learn lots of job functions over the past couple of weeks, as a result of I’ve learn just about each single one.  And Lucy, who’s in our crew, has learn each one in plenty of element, so we did additionally ask her for her high ideas, having spent lots of time on this world in the previous few weeks. Helen Tupper: So, we will undergo a few various things within the dialog as we speak about easy methods to make your job utility stand out.  We’ll speak about CVs, we’ll discuss a little bit bit about masking letters, we’ll discuss a bit about LinkedIn and the way that is a part of it; however no matter you’re required to provide as a part of your utility, there are three questions that it’s essential to ensure that whoever is studying the issues that you’re creating and sharing is in little doubt about. These three issues are: why me; why this position; and, why this firm?  I feel, earlier than you set pen to paper, which is a really retro assertion, otherwise you sort out some particulars on a kind, earlier than you do any of that, I feel it’s price simply considering that via for your self, even when it is simply 5 minutes and also you do a little bit of a thoughts map.  There will be lots of insights that you simply get from the why me; why this position; why this firm, that you would be able to then formalise into all of the completely different types that folks want you to fill out. Sarah Ellis: And so, we although it was helpful to begin with a number of the good fundamentals round your CV, as a result of I feel you do not get the prospect to face out except you get a few of these issues proper.  It is virtually like these are the place to begin and to transcend this, it’s essential to get these basic items in place.  So, a number of issues simply to consider whenever you’re creating or writing your CV and sharing it. Firstly, a extremely small tip, however I feel it does make fairly a giant distinction: share your CV as a PDF should you can.  I am unsure I’ve all the time finished this, however the benefit of a PDF is that you do not lose any formatting, so nothing can get wonky or misplaced within the digital waves; your spacing cannot go a bit unusual; and also you’re then in command of what individuals see.  Do not lose the trouble that you simply put into your CV on the final second by sharing it in a format the place it may get interpreted in a manner that you simply did not intend, or methods may get in the best way.  You do not need to depart your CV to probability should you can keep away from it. The following one, which I really feel like I’ve all the time been instructed and actually caught to, and I do not know if that is simply old-school or not, however I nonetheless very a lot subscribe to the “not more than two pages” rule.  So, not more than two pages of A4 on Phrase, and be sure you have some white area.  I’ve seen fairly a number of CVs the place they’re tough to learn, and perhaps there’s an excessive amount of info in there.  CVs are learn rapidly.  Most individuals will likely be like us, the place you’ve got obtained plenty of functions for a job and also you’re studying heaps and many CVs, so you may’t spend half an hour on a CV. I typically assume, “I will learn the abstract, I am on the lookout for some key expertise, I am eager about individuals’s expertise”, however you may’t spend heaps and many time deciphering.  So, simply make life straightforward to your reader.  It is a bit like whenever you write something; consider your reader and virtually step again out of your CV and simply assume, “Does this really feel straightforward to learn; does this really feel like one thing I need to spend time with?” Helen Tupper: Properly additionally, the reader is studying this utility as a part of a course of, which implies there’s going to be extra than simply yours to learn; but in addition, a part of their day job, which implies that they’ve in all probability obtained 101 emails to learn as properly, along with no matter else they’re attempting to do.  So, I feel when any individual simply seems at a extremely lengthy, wordy CV, it’s kind of such as you really feel like you have to take a deep breath, and I do not assume it actually creates and impression of readability. A number of organisations as we speak are on the lookout for individuals who can talk clearly and succinctly, as a result of we have got a lot info already.  They do not essentially need somebody who cannot see via all of that noise, and actually be particular in regards to the factors that matter. Sarah Ellis: So, as a reminder, your CV is your finest bits, not an inventory of every part you’ve got ever finished.  I feel that is actually tempting to get mistaken, and it is a entice that is straightforward to fall into, since you are proud and you’ve got labored actually arduous for all of these issues that you simply need to share with another person.  Additionally, you are having to edit.  It is manner simpler to not edit, to only assume, “Properly, I am simply going to share every part within the hope that one thing sticks”, however I can promise you, it will not. So, the best way that I’ve typically discovered it fairly helpful after I’ve been doing my CVs is, I all the time begin with achievements.  What’s my primary achievement that I need to share with every position?  Then, if I’ve obtained area, what may the second achievement or third achievement appear to be or sound like?  Normally, for my more moderen roles, I may need two or three achievements.  After which going again additional in my Squiggly Profession, I scale back and I edit down even additional.  And it does not imply that you would be able to’t describe your position, however I typically have a tendency to do this virtually beneath the position that I have been doing in a single sentence. So, should you have been to summarise your position with a sentence by way of what are your tasks, what would that sound like; after which one or two bullet factors on what have you ever finished.  That is your second to shine and stand out.  It does not imply that you simply in fact cannot acknowledge that you simply’re a part of a crew.  I feel typically individuals really feel a bit uncomfortable, as a result of most of what we obtain, we obtain with different individuals.  However remember, that is your CV and your probability to share what did you do; what is the contribution that you simply made? Helen Tupper: So, the fourth fundamental is all about key phrases.  Key phrases are actually the issues that plenty of employers are on the lookout for.  So, should you learn a job description, you may typically spot the arduous or the gentle expertise that they are actually prioritising, and you actually need to pick about three.  What three arduous or gentle expertise appear to matter most in what they’ve written down.  Now, the talent right here is to take these three issues and mirror them in your CV.  So, take into consideration, “How can I weave that into a few of these achievements that Sarah talked about?” For instance, for example one of many issues they need is any individual who’s a extremely good important thinker.  I would give an outline of my position and say, “This position gave me the chance to develop my potential to assume critically and establish new alternatives for the organisation”.  So, I might discover a approach to put that key phrase that they are on the lookout for into the stream of my expertise.  It is a actually essential manner of how one can personalise a CV to the issues that that individual is admittedly seeking to see. Sarah Ellis: And everybody listening may already know quantity 5, nevertheless it’s positively newer for me.  There are actually some actually good templates that you would be able to obtain to your CV without spending a dime on-line, and we’ll embody a few hyperlinks within the podcast present notes.  Now, a few of these, after I had a fast take a look at them, as a result of I used to be like, “That is attention-grabbing, this can be a newer improvement”, we’re not consultants in CV writing in any respect, so I used to be doing a little bit of investing for myself; a few of them are fairly jazzy. Helen Tupper: I like that you simply mentioned “jazzy”! Sarah Ellis: I do know!  However that could be proper, which may really feel like a extremely good match for you.  I feel for me, those that I actually appreciated that I noticed as templates have been, they helped you with that retaining your CV clear and having that white area, and providing you with some concepts on formatting.  I noticed numerous CVs after I was reviewing them which truly I’ve by no means finished earlier than, nevertheless it typically learn fairly properly, the place individuals have been utilizing some fairly good left-hand aspect columns.  I do not know should you’ve seen these, Helen, the place perhaps that left-hand aspect column is a abstract of key expertise, it might be arduous and gentle expertise; it might be skilled {qualifications}; however some very brief, at-a-glance info, slightly than perhaps leaving that each one to the underside, or having one other further paragraph. Once more, I feel these templates, even should you do not use a template, after I was clicking via the varied completely different ones, it gave me some concepts.  So, even when I used to be going to create it from scratch in a Phrase doc, barely extra old-school type, I nonetheless assume taking a look at a few of these is an effective place to begin and may simply aid you to develop your type a bit additional. Helen Tupper: I’ve seen them and I do like them and I’ve a controversial query for you on a CV. Sarah Ellis: Oh, go on? Helen Tupper: What’s your view on picture or no picture? Sarah Ellis: So, I feel no picture, however I am not basing that on plenty of knowledge, apart from I really feel like, “Why is a photograph helpful?”  You already know we all the time speak about being helpful rather a lot, and I do not need anybody to evaluate me based mostly on my picture, or what I appear to be, or what gender I’m.  And I really feel like a photograph should not be serving to somebody to decide.  And, I’ve even labored in an organization earlier than the place we experimented with taking names off CVs to attempt to ensure that we hadn’t obtained any sort of unconscious bias as a part of the method. So, I really feel like photographs may add in additional unconscious bias, however that is not based mostly on science, or me figuring out heaps about it.  However I bear in mind seeing a number of CVs with photographs and really feeling a bit uncomfortable about it, as a result of I used to be simply considering, “I am unsure fairly what’s occurring with my mind on this second”, and I would hate the concept that I am making a judgement based mostly on that.  However I noticed plenty of templates with photographs on, so persons are clearly utilizing them, and I noticed CVs with photographs as properly.  What do you assume? Helen Tupper: I am with you, I would not need to consciously feed right into a bias, as a result of for me it simply makes me really feel fairly uncomfortable in regards to the course of; and I can perceive why lots of people do blind recruiting to eliminate a number of the biases that come into it.  And I would not need to rule myself out, as a result of I’ve abruptly put an image in and somebody was like, “Oh, we now cannot have Helen as a result of she’s put her picture in and he or she’s biased the method”. I additionally assume, have you learnt what, if somebody actually desires to seek out your picture, it isn’t that tough to seek out you on LinkedIn, which is one thing we will speak about.  So, the selection is there if somebody desires to click on onto it, however I might slightly ensure that what they have been making a call on was the phrases that I had written and the way I would put myself throughout. The one different factor I might say on CVs truly, is we talked about it in a part of the method the place you’ve got obtained numerous management, so you may create the CV, you may ship it as a PDF.  There are positively conditions the place individuals will ask you to fill in a kind, so the identical kind of contents as there will likely be in your CV, however they will need you to chop and paste it right into a kind. What I might advocate is that any time there is a form-filling, like an internet factor, simply be sure you are slicing and pasting the copy right into a doc that you would be able to refer again to, as a result of I do know lots of people would sort it out from scratch once they’re filling out these containers.  However then you definitely click on ship, and more often than not you may’t bear in mind what you despatched. So, should you do have an interview, you could be considering, “What did I say; what did I not say?”  So, I might all the time simply have one doc the place you may learn it multi functional place and transfer it throughout from that one doc into the shape you are filling on-line so that you’ve a document of it. Sarah Ellis: Additionally, that lets you each spellcheck, but in addition I might typically get any individual else to learn that for me, simply somebody with a little bit of distance who can verify that issues make sense, they’ll spot issues that you simply simply cannot see for your self.  Even whenever you learn issues 3 times, it’s wonderful how somebody completely different can simply learn it, studying it for the primary time, and might spot you repeated a phrase that for no matter purpose in some way, your spellcheck, it isn’t obtained underlined in purple.  So, I feel that is the opposite benefit of doing that. So to summarise along with your CV, what are you aiming for?  You are aiming for, I feel, ease; straightforward to learn, straightforward to know and straightforward to pick the most effective bits. Helen Tupper: So now we have finished the fundamentals, we will transcend the fundamentals, and we wish you to consider what is going to actually impress the individual that is studying your utility, your CV.  The best manner to do that is, put your self into the footwear of both the one who could be studying it, or the corporate, so assume a little bit bit in regards to the tradition. To present you an instance of this, we had fairly lots of people who have been making use of for the job that we’re recruiting for who described their profession as Squiggly.  So, what they’d taken there’s a phrase that’s a part of one thing we are saying every single day, it is a part of our mission to make Squiggly Careers higher for everyone, they usually’d mirrored that of their utility, which made us really feel like they knew what we did and what was essential to us, they usually’d taken the time to personalise their utility so it was mirrored within the phrases. You are able to do that almost all simply on the high of your CV, since you actually don’t need the personalisation to get misplaced.  So, you are able to do that key-word factor that we talked about all through, however these issues which are private about why that is the best position for you, the sense of connection that you simply may need with the corporate or the tradition, I feel that stuff can actually stand out in that high paragraph of your CV. Sarah Ellis: And should you’ve obtained a possibility to share a masking letter, this can be a great spot to essentially present why this position, why you and why the corporate, to be actually specific about answering these questions, and even to level individuals to how you’ve got actually tried to know what they’re on the lookout for and what issues to them as an organisation. So, we had a number of individuals making use of for the position, for instance, who had been on our web site, been to our free toolkit and had accomplished a number of the templates.  We have a “extra about me” values template on there, or a number of the different free instruments, they usually shared that with us they usually shared a few of their reflections.  I additionally actually beloved a few individuals who utilized for the position have been ready to be important, however in a extremely optimistic manner.  So, they’d taken the time to consider, “What would some ‘even higher ifs’ be”, perhaps on our web site; or, even when they’d hearken to the podcast, on our podcast; or to recommend some podcast episode matters.  And it is simply these moments of when you’re studying a job utility, I feel that actually made individuals stand out, as a result of I felt that they actually cared they usually have been actually dedicated. Folks weren’t making issues up.  There was one utility that I actually bear in mind the place she mentioned, “I’ve by no means listened to your podcast.  I’ve found it and I realise I am 300 episodes behind!”  That truly made me smile, after which she talked in regards to the analysis that she had finished.  So, I do not assume it’s important to faux right here to be something that you simply’re not.  I did not thoughts whether or not individuals had heard of Superb If or Squiggly Careers after I was studying individuals’s job functions, however I did care about, “Had they taken a little bit of time to analysis who we have been, what our values are; what could be essential for us after we’re enthusiastic about this position?”  I feel you can actually see that further effort shine via in individuals’s job functions. It is a bit like James Whatley, who’s an excellent speaker, does plenty of work in expertise, and he truly contributed to our first e book, The Squiggly Profession, together with his finest piece of profession recommendation.  And I actually do not forget that his recommendation is, “Go the additional click on”, and principally his level is, that further click on or that further little bit of effort and intention will take you a great distance, and I feel that’s true with job functions.  If you happen to simply spend that further 10, quarter-hour, that may be the distinction between an interview and never getting an interview. Helen Tupper: I feel some easy methods to attach the dots between you and an organization in a masking letter are values, that Sarah talked about, so typically you may have the ability to analysis the values after which mirror that in a number of the issues that you simply may say in that masking letter; perhaps information, have they launched any new merchandise, or is there something notably attention-grabbing that is occurring available in the market that may be a great way to attach the dots like, “I do know that this can be a change that I am actually enthusiastic about”, that kind of factor; or, should you do know something about any of the individuals which are concerned within the course of, with out eager to stalk individuals, as a result of that may go a bit too far at this stage.  It could be price seeing what they have been sharing on LinkedIn, for instance, or perhaps they write. So for instance, for Sarah and me, it is fairly open, you may typically see we have written sure articles for Harvard Enterprise Assessment.  And so, figuring out that, you may have the ability to mirror that once more in a number of the issues that you simply discovered actually attention-grabbing or inspiring, and you’ll deliver that into your masking letter too. Sarah Ellis: The following space we needed to spend a while speaking about is your LinkedIn profile.  I feel it’s important to assume that any individual recruiting for a job will take a look at your LinkedIn profile.  So, it is actually essential simply to ensure that once more, you’ve got finished the good fundamentals; is it updated; make certain it would not contradict your CV; and once more, perhaps be sure you’ve written your abstract.  I feel that abstract might be the identical as your CV, otherwise you may need to add a bit of additional persona onto your LinkedIn, as a result of I really feel that’s extra a profile about who you’re and what issues to you. The one secret, I name it a secret concept for motion as a result of so few individuals do it, and I so I feel when one thing is not finished fairly often, it’s a very easy approach to stand out, is that hardly anybody has suggestions on their LinkedIn profile.  Now, perhaps that is as a result of we nonetheless really feel a bit nervous about asking for suggestions after we’re at the moment in roles; however I feel you may get round that by amassing suggestions as you go, and never making it really feel like, “I want a advice, as a result of I am clearly making use of for an additional job”.  So, virtually the earlier that you simply begin to do that, the higher. If you have no, by no means be afraid to return to earlier colleagues that you have labored with.  I do not assume individuals will likely be offended that you simply’re reconnecting.  I feel typically, persons are simply joyful to assist.  And once more, hedge your bets, ask multiple individual.  Take into consideration, “Who’re 5 colleagues I’ve labored with to date in my profession?” and determine, “Who’re those who I feel are most certainly to assist me out, do me a little bit of a five-minute favour?” and simply ask them for a LinkedIn advice. You may even need to go a bit additional than that, particularly should you’ve not spoken to somebody for some time.  I feel I would even electronic mail any individual, if I would nonetheless obtained their electronic mail deal with, and simply say, “Helen, we have not been in contact for some time, it has been on my thoughts for ages to type out my LinkedIn profile”, and everybody will likely be like, “Yeah, I have been which means to do this for ages”.  It is a bit like sorting your CV, is not it?  You all assume, “We should always do that as we go”, after which we by no means do.  So, everybody will get it, after which simply say, “I would actually admire it should you may simply write a few sentences for me for my LinkedIn profile”. The profiles that I see the place individuals have requested for suggestions, I feel what’s so good about it’s, whenever you learn what a peer or a earlier supervisor of mentor has written about somebody, I simply assume you get an actual really feel for who somebody is, as a result of they’re all the time those that fairly properly, and so it is all the time actually simply good.  I really feel I get to know that individual significantly better, and I additionally get the sense that they care about their profession, as a result of they’ve made the trouble to go and get these suggestions. So, even should you do not do the suggestions, which I do assume is a little bit of a secret approach to make your job utility stand out, simply make certain all the remainder of your LinkedIn is sensible, no typos, get another person to overview it for you.  If I used to be enthusiastic about making use of for a job, I might in all probability ship my LinkedIn profile to a few work finest associates, previous and current, and simply say, “May you will have a scan of this profile?  Simply let me know if there’s something you notice that does not make sense, any typos, or any recommendation for a way I may make it even higher”.  Once more, perhaps you can even do a little bit of a LinkedIn profile swap, so that you could be like, “I will overview yours should you overview mine”, and I believe that may be one thing that plenty of individuals would discover useful. Helen Tupper: I consider it like a LinkedIn look-over.  And it is simply a part of constructing your model, in addition to making use of for roles.  I might say as properly, with Linked In, probably the most highly effective elements of LinkedIn is your headline, so the place it’s your job title.  Now caveat, I feel as quickly as you begin considerably taking part in round with that headline, it is like a purple flag that you simply’re attempting to do one thing fairly intentional, so that you’re on the lookout for a job! However for instance, you can simply be, “Helen Tupper, Undertaking Supervisor at [whatever company]”, so it actually says the job that I do.  However plenty of individuals may say, “Helen Tupper, Undertaking Supervisor with a ardour for bettering issues”; in all probability do not say “issues”!  However, “With a ardour for enchancment”, or no matter it could be; or, “A ardour for individuals” or, “Objective-driven chief on a mission to make work higher for everybody”, or one thing like that.  So once more, this has obtained to really feel pure; you don’t need it to really feel compelled or false. However I do assume it is one of many first issues that folks will see, that very first headline, and you’ll mess around with it so it feels such as you and it does stand out.  However I do assume it is dependent upon how open you’re about this specific course of, as a result of should you’re going from very low engagement to LinkedIn to a brand new profile image and a brand new headline and a brand-new profile, individuals may assume, “Fascinating, Helen, seeking to transfer on from Superb If then, clearly?”  So, simply concentrate on the impression that that creates too. Sarah Ellis: You too can, in your settings in LinkedIn, as a result of I’ve positively modified this, I do not need to make an announcement virtually each time I am making a tweak to my LinkedIn profile, as a result of I will typically add a sentence into my abstract, or I would assume I would forgotten so as to add on that skilled certificates I’ve finished, or one thing.  So, you may flip off the settings in your profile, in order that it shares that with everybody that you simply’re related with, and I feel most individuals do have that turned off now. However you may simply need to go in and simply verify that, as a result of then it simply means that you would be able to mess around along with your profile, nobody abruptly will get a flashing mild that goes, “Sarah’s on the lookout for a job”, and I feel it simply provides you that area to get it to the purpose that you simply really feel pleased with it. Helen Tupper: And, if you would like any extra ideas and tips on easy methods to use LinkedIn, some time in the past now, over two years, we did an episode with Rachel Glynn from LinkedIn, about simply issues about your profile and a few of your settings and the stuff that Sarah has talked about there; it could be price a hear.  LinkedIn’s solely a part of the reply whenever you’re making use of, however it’s fairly an essential half now, you positively need to make it as impactful as doable, so there will be some further ideas there. Sarah Ellis: Whereas I believe completely different industries use LinkedIn another way, and I am positive it is extra essential for some than others, personally I’ve discovered after I’m reviewing job functions, or simply speaking to individuals and having curious profession conversations, it isn’t the very first thing that I might take a look at.  I might take a look at somebody’s utility, I would take a look at the solutions to questions, I would take a look at their CV; but when I am beginning to really feel impressed, if I am beginning to really feel intrigued and , that is after I then go to LinkedIn. So, I believe except you’re a recruiter, the place I suppose typically recruiters go straight to LinkedIn, for me it is virtually after I’m beginning to make some distinction between, “Properly, I’ve obtained 5 good individuals right here, however I’ve solely obtained three individuals I can interview”, how do I begin to spot who actually stands out?  Then I would begin to have a look at LinkedIn and that may then inform my resolution. Helen Tupper: So, simply 5 issues to recollect.  Earlier than you hit ship, listed below are 5 issues that you simply actually need to work your manner via, and we’ll put a little bit of a abstract on this on social, on LinkedIn and Instagram, so you’ve got obtained all the main points. First one, typos, just remember to have not obtained something that is going to allow you to down.  Second, jargon; simply bear in mind that the corporate that you simply’re in now in all probability has some phrases and phrases which are significant for you, however meaningless to most different individuals, so eliminate the jargon.  Key phrases, that time we talked about, weave these in, as a result of it positively is a number of the stuff that folks want to see.  Personalise it wherever doable, don’t simply ship out generic CVs, it is actually, actually apparent.  And simply take into consideration consistency, so if persons are taking a look at your CV and your masking letter and LinkedIn, you need dates and the sort of really feel that you simply’re creating to be constant throughout these completely different locations. Sarah Ellis: So, that is every part for this week.  We hope in case you are making use of for a job for the time being, it has felt helpful.  Tell us what else you’d add to the record, or how else we may help, we all the time love to listen to from you.  We’re [email protected]. Helen Tupper: I would even be actually , if anybody goes via an utility course of and one thing completely different is occurring, perhaps they have you to do one thing barely random, or fill in a kind you’ve got by no means seen earlier than, please tell us, as a result of we attempt to keep conscious as doable with what is going on on in many alternative areas of labor, in order that we may help individuals with their careers.  But when there’s something that you’ve gone via, a selected level or course of, tell us in order that we will ensure that individuals have gotten assist they usually really feel as ready as doable. Sarah Ellis: So, thanks a lot for listening, we’re again with you once more quickly.  Bye for now. Helen Tupper: Bye everybody.




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