The distance between you and your dream job may be just restructuring and changing the format of your CV. Why not learn to do that here!

You must have read a lot of articles and tips for creating a killer CV.  But "this is Nigeria", and everything is different here. So let's leave the foreign mechanisms for foreigners.

Avoid The Big Crime

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To start with, stop putting four to five names on your CV, it's a big crime. Let me repeat that: 'EMPLOYERS DO NOT WANT TO SEE CHIOMA ADEBISI GARUBA YAHYAH. Your first name and your last name are just perfect.   Also, it's not yet time for your family history.


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What's Your Email Address

Is your email address or maybe it's even Drop it!!! It won't get you that job. Corporate jobs need corporate emails. That only shows that you are a serious-minded person that needs to be in the corporate world. A corporate email address should consist of your first name and surname.

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Gmails are also preferable because of the platform's functionality, so if you are still using a yahoo mail CHANGE.  

Package Yourself in a Business Card

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If you are not working at the moment, you know how embarrassing it is to go out for a corporate event with your working-class friends, who have business cards, it's so demeaning!!!  If you don't have a job, package your skill sets in a lovely business card and give it out to prospective employers. That builds the right impression of you, and you may just be moving on to get your dream job.

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Let's leave all the grammar. Are you a job seeker looking for strategies to get the perfect job? Or are you a fresh graduate with detailed skill sets, but without knowledge of how to place it? Perfect! It's you we have been looking for. Come and GRAB A JOB at the 2018 Job summit fair. Contact sholaye@tempastaff or call 08168070866 for more information. We are waiting to assist you!


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