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Knowing how to write a CV in Ireland is essential if you’re looking to find your dream role and climb the career ladder.
However, many job seekers struggle when it comes to showcasing their skills and demonstrating their suitability for an advertised position.
With the Irish job market more competitive than ever, having a winning CV at your disposal has never been more vital.
My response about “Career History and Experience”:
✔️ Boiling it down, think about your situation from the hiring manager’s point of view. He or she has to be pulled aside from their day-to-day at the end of the workday to review resumes and fill an open requisition. An open requisition that is either costing them money or not making them money by leaving it vacant. When they find an ideal candidate, sometimes it’s more of a cultural fit if they know they can train someone rather quickly. So trust that if it’s supposed to happen, it will. If not, keep looking for opportunities in this new space. Try to understand this when developing your resume – it must make it easy for the readers to understand your value so you aren’t lost after the initial 6-second eye test.
✔️ The hiring process is selective for a reason — it’s time-consuming and costs a lot of money and resources from sourcing, recruiting, and interviewing to background checks, reference checks, drug tests, and finally training. A lot is involved so it’s crucial they get it right. That means, showing them you care about their time. And their money! Show them you offer this value that they can use in this open requisition. Why is it open? What pains do they have because it’s open? Once you can hone in on that, you can start to massage in key-value- and accomplishments-based content that makes your resume pop and motivates these decision-makers to invite you in for an interview.
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