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The Get-It-Done CV: Create a CV That Will Land You Your Dream Job

Chapter 2. Your Education

by (author) Lana Guzman

photographs by Edgar Guzman

Publisher
NOBLE GRAY PRESS
Initial publish date
Dec 2021
Category
Resumes, Internships, Job Hunting, Vocational Guidance, General, Interviewing
  • eBook

    ISBN
    9781990070198
    Publish Date
    Dec 2021
    List Price
    $9.99

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Description

You are hardly the only person on the face of the Earth to have graduated with that degree form that prestigious University. So, how do you make sure your CV stands out of the crowd of your peers and those who had graduated a year, two, three, or more before you did? I discuss this and more in this chapter.

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Contributor Notes

Lana Guzman, MBA is an entrepreneur and a business consultant with two decades of business experience. She has successfully written / re-written / edited / adapted over one hundred CVs for a large variety of clients, from a line worker to a CEO, from a high school graduate to a University professor. Over the years, Lana did over five dozen of one-on-one employment and academic interviews and participated in a few full-day case-study interviews. She also conducted interviews on the employer side on a number of occasions. The geographical scope of her experience spans three continents and seven countries. Lana holds MBA from HEC Montreal and three undergraduate degrees from the leading Universities in Europe.

Excerpt: The Get-It-Done CV: Create a CV That Will Land You Your Dream Job: Chapter 2. Your Education (by (author) Lana Guzman; photographs by Edgar Guzman)

Every CV has this part. One reason is that we all have something to put in there. The other reason is that everybody expects to see it, no matter if you are 15 or 95. Whatever your situation is, make this part as long as you possibly can, but do not overcrowd it with things that do not belong. Unlike the summary, this part also requires quite a bit of formatting to make sure that your reader perceives the most important parts and still notes the rest. Your goal here is to convey to your reader that you are sufficiently educated, and skilled, to perform the job you are applying to perform.

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