Peter Panayotou, senior consultant at The Write Stuff, said that when it comes down to the interview stage, job candidates, including those looking for sales jobs, will find that good CVs boost their chances of success.
He explained: "In a situation where there's a lot of candidates, and a lot of good candidates, then the smallest things could make a big difference. A CV can be a key thing."
His comments followed the publication of the first Changeboard Jobseeker Confidence Index for January 2011, which revealed that there is a lack of confidence among many candidates regarding their job prospects in the next three to four months.
Mr Panayotou suggested that having the right CV could therefore be the key difference for these people when it comes to gaining employment, as they gain an advantage in the eyes of interviewers.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: Salespeak News