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Creating Your CV as a Self Marketing Tool

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Creating Your CV as a Self Marketing Tool
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776819453
Number of pages: 114

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This book goes through a structured approach of how to tackle each key stage in order to bring your CV together, by carrying out a number of self analysis exercises. The benefits include increased confidence, self esteem and the belief that you will find the job you are looking for.

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