How I built my CV outside of my 9-5 and how you can to!

As a young person myself (well youngish!), I found it tough to separate myself from my peers at the start of my career, as most young people do. Even most ‘entry-level’ jobs will request some form of experience, which seems ironic, how exactly do you get that experience? Throughout school, Rugby was my passion and

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How all small businesses can offer graduate schemes that are often better than the big boys!

As a recruiter and avid Oxfordshire business supporter, I often find that many Oxfordshire-based businesses, especially the smaller ones, find it challenging to attract fresh, intelligent and hungry talent into their businesses. With our wealth of world-class students, surely this shouldn’t be the case? Based on my research last summer, I found that Oxfordshire offers

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Clarity and Relevancy: CV Writing Tips

As a recruitment agency, we review hundreds of CVs on a daily basis and commonly see candidates make the same simple mistakes. My most straightforward advice for writing a good CV is to focus on clarity and relevancy above all else. The point of a CV is to show potential employers or recruiters who you

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