A spokesperson for universitiesnet.com, said that if sales recruitment candidates are seeking to bolster their CV ahead of applying for a role, then some work experience may go a long way to helping them.
Organising internship, volunteering or even temping is a useful way for a student to enhance employment potential, with it being best to look into applying for an internship early on in their penultimate year.
"As well as skills developed through work experience, graduate employers are interested where you may have demonstrated soft skills, such as communication, leadership, problem-solving and teamwork," he noted.
The representative added that people should think about where you may have had to call on these skills and be prepared to give examples of them.
Recently, the Successful CV Company advised sales recruitment hopefuls to ensure that their CV is succinct and attention-grabbing to maximise their chances of employment.
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By: Salespeak News