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A personal statement is generally the first thing included in your CV, and is a brief personal summarygiven to potential employers to help you positioned from the competition. You need to show off your strengths and skills, talk about your achievements and share your career ambitions. Your statement should be a small, few sentenced ranging from 50-150 words representing who you are as a professional, and what you have to offer in relation to experience and ambition. In many ways, your personal statement is a piece of self-marketing. The CV is there to tell your work history and achievements, but the personal statement is a good chance to reveal a little bit of your personality.
Why Personal Statement? It gives you a chance to market yourself to the employer in a small and easy-to-digest paragraph. By summing up the precise skills and experience that make you perfect for the position, you’re proving your suitability and convincing the recruiter to read…

What Does An Employer Look For In Your CV?

CV SKILLS EMPLOYERS LOOK FOR IN EVERY JOB-SEEKER Through competition for new jobs at an all-time high, employees must have the skills

employers are targeting. From the ability to communicate effectively to the willingness to

wear multiple hats around the office, employers today seek workers with a variety of the

skills. This is especially right when it comes to your CV. Aside from understanding the

necessary skills and adapting your CV in line with the job, you have to provethat you have

them. In other words, you actually need to back yourself up.Here are some skills employers

seek in every job seeker. ·
Critical Thinking and Problem solving Skills
The ability to solve problems and make decisions can be a huge asset to your employer and

these are therefore necessary skills to develop. Decision making and problem solving require

gathering and evaluating reliable information for a variety of solutions and selecting the most

appropriate option based on the criteria and situation. These skills…

Resume & CV


In our corporate world today, before a job seeker gets job, he’s required of certain
documents and some other proofs (if specified) in order to be qualified for a job position. 
These documents are mainly ‘resume and curriculum vitae (C.V)’. The primary differences 
between a resume and curriculum vitae (CV) are length, what is included, and what each is 
used for. While both are used in job applications, a resume and a CV are not always 

WHAT IS A CV?” It’s a question job seekers often find themselves asking. Good news! you’re about to be one of those few people who know not just what the letters stand for, but how the CV compares  to a resume, and whether or not you should have one. Curriculum Vitae, more commonly  referred to by its shorthand abbreviation CV (a Latin term which means ‘course of life’),  includes information of one’s academic background, teaching experience, degrees,  research, awards, publications, presentations, and other achie…

Why Brand Driven Resume Works Well?

Why a Brand Driven Resume Works Well?
Have you ever created a brand-driven resume? You may be unsure, what is a brand-driven
resume and why would I do that? A brand-driven resume will make it easier for an employer 
to see the differences between you and other applicants. Does your resume market you as 
a brand, in the same way as companies market a product or service? Personal branding is 
the packaging of your values, goals, and experience in a way that shows what unique
 solutions you can offer an employer. Many of our HR experts have also discuss about it in 
our Zen Career Talks at 

Personal branding is also the practice of people marketing themselves and their careers as 
brands. Communicating your personal brand can be done in three ways; visually, verbally, 
or through strategic, targeted content. Ideally, you will use all three in creating your brand.

Visual Your visual brand consists of design, color, and images. It is how…