Ton CV a attiré l’attention du recruteur ! Il faut préparer l’entretien maintenant, avec mon cours “Get The Job: Réussir son entretien d’embauche en anglais”
And now for this week’s episode…
You can always make improvements (apporter des améliorations) to your resumé (or CV…). It seems it’s never perfect. (In fact, it’s a bit like creating a website—I’m always looking for little changes to improve mine, and I’m open to suggestions 😉
After watching the video “Errors To Avoid On Your American Resumé”, SBFG Ambassador Marc asked me to create a video on branding statements to include at the beginning of your resumé.
Your wish is my command, and here it is!This is a very relevant subject because the quality of your branding statement influences how much time the recruiter spends looking at your CV.
It’s a little like those short descriptions on the back (au dos) of a book. In this case, the book is you! If the recruiter likes what they read, they’re more likely to (il a plus de chances de) consider buying the book.
And that’s what we want—the recruiter to spend time with your CV, to consider your application, to call you for an interview.
They’ll call you because they want to know more about you. You might be the perfect person for the job.
You want to be sure your resumé stands out, but maybe you don’t know how to take it from “good” to “wow!”.
After today’s episode, you’ll know the secret!
Before you send your CV, share your branding statement with us!
And if you want more examples first, the article “How to Write an Impressive Objective Statement for Your Résumé” has plenty. (Also, notice how they write “résumé”, I write “resumé”, and on the web, you’ll often see “resume”—We Americans have no idea how accents work
Just write it in the comments below and the SBFG Community can help you with it. Maybe you’ll inspire someone else too!
Remember that thousands of other French-speaking professionals come to SBFG to boost their English and boost their career. Your comment may be exactly what someone else needs to build their confidence, speak better English, and feel great about themselves.
Thanks for wanting to improve your English & your career. I love helping you!
Have a fantastic week in English,
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