ENGLISH CLASS — “MAKE A GOOD CV AND APPLICATION WORK LETTER”

8 DESEMBER 2016

Curriculum Vitae Work Aplication Letter
Required Content of CV :

1.       Name and Adress

2.       Birth (Place  Date)

3.       Religion

4.       Current Status

5.       Educational Background

6.       Skill 

7.       Experiance

8.       Photo

 

Tips you should not forget :

·         Get the Basics Right

First thing you should not forget is the basic content. All information should be accurate, one misspelled, bealive me you are doomed.

·         Presentation is the key

Try to catch the employer attantion with your CV. Keep it simple but orderly fashioned. So, use A4 paper and always remember the middle area is the hotspot put the most important information there.

·         Keep it low

Good CV have to cover all your personal skill and experiance but make it clear and short but sweet. So keep maxium of two pages and no more. Don’t tire up the employer with pages and pages of paper. Bealive me it’s is exhausting.

·         Understand the Job

Established what the job entails and how you can match each requirement, create a CV specifically and unique CV for every job you apply for. You don’t have to re-write the whole thing, just adapt the details so they’re relevant. So don’t be lazy and hope that a general CV will work because it won’t.

·         Making Most of the skill and experiance

In the skills also ecperiance section, mention the key skill and experiance that relevant and stand out from the crowd and make it diverse. Use assertive and positive language such as”developed”, “organised” or “achieved”.

·         Up-to-Date

It’s crucial to review your CV on a regular basis and add any new skills or experience that’s missing in case you have been through some project.

 

 

Also known by Cover Letter here are the content to make one :

1.       Introduction

2.       The Body

3.       Complimentary Closing

 

Tips on making :

 

·         Not Repetitive

You send your cover letter alongside your CV. So don’t ever and never copy the paragraph in your CV, instead highlight your most relevant skill, experiences, and abilities then match them to the your target job.

 

·         Guidelines

1. Introduction

o   Contact information and date : If you use email skip these

o   Salutation

 

2.  The Body

o   First paragraph : Mentioning Job target and where you get the job listing

o   Next paragraph : This is where you’ll share those relevant details on your experience and accomplishments.

o   The third and last paragraph : Thank you to the employer; you can also offer follow-up information.

 

3. Complimentary Closing

o   Sign off your email with a polite close, such as “Best” or “Sincerely,” followed by your name

 

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