A new report by the BBC has stated that hundreds of graduates are travelling to China this year in order to take part in paid or volunteering work which they believe will enhance their CV and future prospects of employment.
Joanna Page, who graduated last month with a 2:1 in accountancy and finance from Sheffield University, said that anything other than a First is not enough for many recruiters, so it is important to have a diverse CV which showcases life experiences.
"Employers will see that I can throw myself into new situations and am not afraid of a challenge. It's a long way from home and it's not been cheap, but I think it's an investment in my future and it's worth it," she told the news provider.
Recently, advice was issued by Chris Rea, business manager at Graduate Prospects, said that many people make the mistake of including an irrelevant CV with their job application, even though a little time spent tailoring a resume could go a long way.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: Salespeak News