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Pages: 256

Language: English

Publisher: Financial Times Management; 01 edition (31 Jan. 2004)

By: Ros Jay(Author)

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You really want the job, but the first hurdle is a big one - how to decipher the job ad and make yourself sound like just what the employer is looking for. But it's not easy: what does "must have integrity" actually mean in concrete terms? Or "able to initiate change"? And how do you ideally demonstrate that you've got it? Having interpreted over 75 of the most frequent job requirements, this bookexplains how you can demonstrate that you have what the employer is looking for. Recruitment ads seem to have a language all their own. The people who write them know what they are looking for, but do you? Help is at hand. The Successful Candidate translates recruitment-speak back into plain English, so you can find out what it is that employers really want.


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  • By Scot Spearman on 27 January 2015

    Provides a simple but effective basis for candidates to articulate their knowledge,skills and experience. Also good for those who need to freshen up their CV and put some depth behind the keywords that are commonly used by recruiters.

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