You are not alone in your job hunt struggle. If you want to get that all important interview, you need to ensure that your CV is the best of the bunch! Read these simple tips on how to revamp your CV and land the role you want. Who knows what doors this will open for you!
If you’ve ever wandered around your favourite clothes or gift shop and pictured yourself working behind the till – or better yet, managing the place - you’ve probably also considered what experience you might need to land yourself a job in retail.
If you’re a fan of TV’s The Apprentice, you’ll probably have heard the role of ‘project manager’ bandied around a few times – and the simple reason is this: each and every year, there’s always at least one candidate who comes into the process having made waves in that role.
Looking for a new career path and always fancied being an Operations Manager? Or maybe you like the sound of your friend’s Operations Manager job but don’t really have a clue what he/she does day-to-day?
Have you always had a passion for food – and more importantly, a keen interest in consuming a good, healthy diet? Do you often think about the kind of foods you put into your body and how they impact your physical health and wellbeing? If so, then a role as a nutritionist could well be the role for you!
Thanks to advancements in technology over the years – in particular, the developments in social media – marketing managers have become much more prominent within larger companies. Where once a firm might have employed an agency, or even a freelancer, to help with their marketing efforts, now nearly every big business will have an in-house marketing expert to hand.
If you’ve ever been for a pampering day at a spa, you’ll know just how great it feels when you leave the building following your treatment. If the therapist was good at his or her job, it’s likely that you were ready for some shut-eye as soon as you got home.
Think back to when you were a child for a second or two and ask yourself this: ‘what did you want to be when you grow up?’. Alongside astronaut, chocolate taster and teacher, we bet hairdresser featured quite highly.
If you’ve even taken an interest in TV programmes like Supersize Vs Superskinny, and US export, The Biggest Loser, a job helping people improve their lives via diet and exercise could well be for you. Have you thought about becoming a dietician, for example?
If you’ve ever watched Gordon Ramsey on TV and thought ‘I could do that!’ (minus the swearing and shouting, obviously!), or whipped up Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals in just 10, a career as a chef may well be for you.
So you’d like to become an accountant? The good news is an accountant’s shoes are a great pair of shoes to fill (there’s always going to be plenty of work for you) while the not so good news is it takes some time to become qualified…