Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume is one of the most vital career tools; this
is the reason why in-dept knowledge about it is, as well as close attention to
it is indispensable in today’s job competitive world. However, most job hunters,
especially fresh graduates do not pay close attention to it at all; most of them
just copy and past the resume, by just making some changes to the personal data,
qualification and other parts (education, experience, hobbies, etc) of the CV or
resume: This is a big mistake!!!
Your prospective employer “does not want to hire a list”, they
single-mindedly want to hire a person who is positively active, productive,
industrious and skillful. Positive activeness, productivity, industry and
skillfulness are the criteria for most of the jobs in any sector. So your CV or
resume shall unveil these criteria. I do not reveal how to write such the good
CV or resume, but think about how to write it in such the form that demonstrates
the four requirements.
Employer does not want to see CV or resume in the same form, so make your CV
or resume stand out amongst hundred, by how? Not a list, but a humanly active CV
Lay Vicheka is a translator for the most celebrated translation agency
in the Kingdom of Cambodia, Pyramid Translation Co.Ltd.. He is now
hoding other two professions: freelance writer for Search Newspaper;
focusing on social issues and students' issues and Media Liaison Officer
for Asia's first free on-line IELTS consultation website. Lay Vicheka is
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talesofasia, etc (Just google him). He is also a volunteer
Cambodian-newspapers columnist (Rasmey Kampuchea and Kampuchea Thmey).
Lay Vicheka has great experience in law and politics, as he used to be
legal and English-language assistant to a Cambodian member of
parliament, migration experience (home-based business) and in writing.
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