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CV clinic – new tools for job seekers

Written by Kimberley Startup | January 16, 2012 | 1 Comment

webrecruit's CV clinicDo you need some help tweaking your CV?
Is your job search stuck in a rut?
Could you do with some expert pointers – for free?

As our New Year’s resolution for 2012, the webrecruit will be looking to help current and potential candidates find the right job in this tough economic climate.

In order to do this we’re taking several steps to make sure you have the guidance you need to stand out from the crowd, including:

• Launching our first  monthly candidate newsletter featuring interview and job tips, CV advice and peer case studies
• Dedicated candidate blogs on our webrecruit blog page

Part of the newsletter will cover a CV clinic where candidates can submit their questions to an expert in CV writing. One question will be chosen for the newsletter each month to be answered by Lee Tonge, owner of The CV Store.

If you have a question regarding your CV, please send it to candidate@webrecruit.co.uk with ‘CV Clinic Question’ in the header. If you would prefer not to have your name featured alongside your question in the newsletter, please state this in your email.

And, if you’d like to sign up to our candidate newsletter, please contact us at hello@webrecruit.co.uk

One thought on “CV clinic – new tools for job seekers

  1. Lorna Weston on Reply

    Hi, Last January I look VR as a case of having to as our office was closed under a restructure having worked for the company for 14 years. I decided I would take my time and look for the right company, but not there was not a great deal around in my area, I took a part time job in April which was looking like it would lead to full time and then the company went into liquidation in December. I have set up all the job alerts possible, check recruitment agency websites and have registered and been to see several of them, I have also sent a speculative CV to 3 companies I aspire to work for. Other than the internet and of course the job centre, can I be doing anything else to accelerate getting employment?

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