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Need a bit of help?

The job search process isn’t easy, so we’ll provide some planning, persistence, and little project management tips.

A good looking CV will be much more likely to be read in full than one which is laid out in a way that makes it hard to digest. Do not hesitate to make yours look orignal!

If possible, keep your CV layout to maximum two sides of A4. Thanks to that, companies will be able to print your CV easily if they need to, and you may find more templates if you want to use one. This may mean you are tempted to squash a lot of information in by reducing typeface sizes and using small sub-headings.

Clear typefaces are considered the best ones : you need to find one easy to read, preferably sans serif, so it will be well spaced out and more confortable reading, such as Andale, Arial, Avenir, Ubuntu… Avoid informal ones such as Comic Sans or AR Carter. Keep only one typeface for your whole document. You can use a different one for your section titles but it will need to look like your main typeface.

Your name, contact datas and job title must be at the top of your resume, and written in big characters so recruitment consultant can find it easily. For your text, the font size needs to be between 11pt and 13pt.

A good looking CV will be much more likely to be read in full than one which is laid out in a way that makes it hard to digest. Do not hesitate to make yours look orignal!

If possible, keep your CV layout to maximum two sides of A4. Thanks to that, companies will be able to print your CV easily if they need to, and you may find more templates if you want to use one. This may mean you are tempted to squash a lot of information in by reducing typeface sizes and using small sub-headings.

Clear typefaces are considered the best ones : you need to find one easy to read, preferably sans serif, so it will be well spaced out and more confortable reading, such as Andale, Arial, Avenir, Ubuntu… Avoid informal ones such as Comic Sans or AR Carter. Keep only one typeface for your whole document. You can use a different one for your section titles but it will need to look like your main typeface.

Your name, contact datas and job title must be at the top of your resume, and written in big characters so recruitment consultant can find it easily. For your text, the font size needs to be between 11pt and 13pt.

Job interviews can be quite stressful. In order to help you being confident for the one you’ll go to, here are some tips.

  • Find the right outfit, clean, comfortable and not to casual
  • Research about the company (name, projects, morals…) to demonstrate your interest
  • List the questions you may be asked about the job you’re applying for
  • List classical questions such as « What are your best quality and worst flow? » so you’re ready to answer it.
  • Think of some questions you’d like to ask at the end of the interview
  • Prepare a simple but effective presentation, focusing on which experiences or degrees might help you in this job
  • Prepare your portfolio or key document you’ll need to show your skills

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