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When applying for work abroad, make sure that you customize your resume to the given job, ensuring specific skills and regional experiences are addressed properly. The recruiter may not see the link between your attributes and their job, so provide connections in the resume. Including a personal statement to galvanize any important points will also be beneficial.

First impressions are very important, especially when looking at work abroad. Overseas recruiters will use this document as a

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From time to time I randomly read resumes and profiles submitted to our database. What is becoming increasingly apparent is some young professionals simply do not know how to apply for jobs. This is especially true for service members transitioning from the military.

The fundamental lack of understanding of how to sell yourself to a prospective employer could be the problem, so in this article, we are going to focus on your cover letter. Writing a good cover letter is your best shot at getting noticed. If a recruiter dislikes your cover letter, they won’t even look at your resume.

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You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, so it's vital your CV is as strong as possible. There is no such thing as a standard format, but by applying some simple strategies you can write a winning resume.

A professional resume communicates the positive difference you will deliver for each employer you approach. You should customize your CV to reflect the position you are applying for. Pay attention to keywords in the job description and thoroughly research the company to gain a firm understanding of what they are seeking. Use this knowledge to demonstrate how you’ve successfully handled similar situations.

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