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About the book
‘The fastest way to the job interview’ is a step-by-step booklet that helps you to understand what it takes to land a job interview which ultimately will give you a job. We will cover the overall job market and job-hunting channels as well as guide you on how to make a great CV and a professional job application.
With this book we want to make it easier for you and help you find a new job as quickly as possible.
Being a jobseeker can be very stressful, because there are so many things you need to do. Most people approach the task in a fairly disorganised manner and just muddle through.
‘The fastest way to the job interview’ structures the process from start to finish, so that you approach job-hunting one step at a time.
The process is built up in such a way that once you have completed all of the steps, you’ll have the skills to write a professional CV and job application.
At each step, you will acquire the knowledge and tools you need to find a job.
The idea is to help you get off to a good start and the 4 steps to do so are:
- Step 1: The job market and job-hunting channels
- Step 2: Writing your CV
- Step 3: Vacancies
- Step 4: Writing your application
Each step consists of an explanatory text that provides in-depth information and guidance on how to approach the task at hand.
Once you have studied the text, you’ll be all set to carry out each task in practice.
- Make a plan!
- The job market and job-hunting channels
- Template: Preparation list
- Writing your CV
- CV - James Smith
- Template: Targeted job hunting
- Worth knowing about applications
- Template: Job analysis
- Template: Overview of applications submitted (advertised vacancies)
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