Containing valuable CV advice, templates, practical tips, and advice on how to use social channels in your job search, this edition of the UK's bestselling CV book brings the content fully up to date with new real-life examples.
Authored by Corinne Mills, Managing Director of the UK's leading career coaching and outplacement company, Personal Career Management, this book provides valuable insight into what recruiters and employers are looking for. Corinne has worked for 20 years in the career management field, helping thousands of individuals with a wide array of career challenges and regularly features as the career expert for the Guardian, Telegraph, FT, Sky News as well as the BBC.
You're Hired! How to write a brilliant CV is essential reading for creating the best possible CV for the job you want, whether you're just starting out or moving your career forward. This book guides you through the preparation process to identify your most relevant skills and experiences for the position you are applying for. Filled with real-life examples and practical advice on how to address tricky career challenges, and use your CV to stand out from the competition, this is an indispensable guide for job hunters.
The You're Hired! series from Trotman guides job hunters through the challenging process of finding and securing their perfect role. Each book is written by an expert in their field and is filled with tips, advice and useful exercises to help prepare for every stage of the job search.
Corinne Mills is Managing Director of Personal Career Management, the UK's leading and most innovative career coaching company. She has coached thousands of people during her career, on all aspects of career management, including those looking for a new role following redundancy or a career break, as well as those who are seeking promotion or a career change. Her coaching clients have ranged from senior figures in British Industry to first time job-seekers and all the roles in between. She is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development with an MA in Human Resources and worked for a number of years in senior HR roles before specialising in career management. Corinne appears regularly in the media advising on career issues including;Tonight with Trevor MacDonald, BBC news, the Guardian, magazines like Company, Esquire, Psychologies and Red as well as a wide range of industry journals.