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Top tips on creating a winning CV
Jul 15 -

Top tips on creating a winning CV

Luxury Player? Is there a position for David Luiz?
Jul 10 -
Luxury Player? Is there a position on the pitch for David Luiz?
Having the right job isn’t a matter of life and death…..
Jul 7 -
Having the right job isn't a matter of life and death.....
it's much more important than that.
Top 6 Tips - Finding Your Ideal Career (Part 2)
Jun 24 -
Now you want to do something about finding that dream job?
Top 6 Tips - Finding Your Ideal Career (Part 1)
Jun 17 -
New to the job market? Reached a dead end? Or realised the
career you chose in your younger years isn't really you?
National Job Confidence Increases
Mar 26 -

National Job Confidence Increases

Graduates working harder
Jan 9 - Graduates are working longer hours as they strive to get ahead in a tough labour market..
UK Government Pledge to Invest into Youth Unemployment
Nov 14 - The Office for National Statistics has revealed that youth unemployment is at a shocking record high with one in five of those aged between 16 and 24 currently out of work.
Jobs.co.uk makes it easier to find that perfect job.
Sep 17 -

Your dream job may not land in your lap, but it could land in your inbox...

'Highly Commended' status awarded by Onrec
Apr 13 -
Recognition again for Jobs.co.uk the UK's Primary Online Recruitment Domain by Onrec, the online recruitment industry's most prestigious awards.
Jobs.co.uk launch 'off the wall' radio advertising campaign.
Mar 30 -

Wednesday 30th March has seen Jobs.co.uk launch it's local radio ad campaign.  102.2 Capital FM, Birmingham's number 1 hit music station, airs the unconventional ad, captivating the listener with it's refreshingly, thought-provoking approach.

Jobs.co.uk exceeds 1,000,000 unique candidate visits
Mar 21 -

Jobsco UK Ltd, the owner of the UK's Primary Online Recruitment Domain Jobs.co.uk, announced today that they have now amassed over 1,000,000 unique candidate visits in the last 5 months.

Jobs.co.uk sees an incredible SIX FOLD INCREASE...
Mar 18 - March 2011 sees the number of candidates visiting the site soar.  In only a 12 month period, the traffic received on the UK's premier online recruitment domain has increased SIX FOLD. 
Jobs.co.uk - Fastest Registration/Application Process
Aug 26 -

Jobs.co.uk has launched their hugely anticipated "Quick Apply" process which is primarily aimed at first-time visitors.

Give your view on Jobs.co.uk for NORAS 2010 Best Newcomer
Jul 15 - Give your view on Jobs.co.uk for NORAS 2010 Best Newcomer in Online Recruitment http://bit.ly/avfmoU. Since launching in March with the objective of becoming the national job board of choice for recruiters and jobseekers, Jobs.co.uk user figures have risen impressively.
Jobs.co.uk receives Best Newcomer Nomination for NORAs 2010
Jul 6 -

Jobs.co.uk has received a Best Newcomer nomination for the National Online Recruiters Awards. 2010 marks the first full decade of the NORAs, which have closely plotted the emergence and growth of the UK online recruitment sector since 2000. Devised to recognise the very best recruitment websites, from a candidate's perspective, the NORAs are respected as the definitive award in the industry, and a tangible achievement for those sites which truly excel in satisfying job seekers.

Jobs.co.uk proud to have sponsored the Recruiter Awards
Apr 20 - Jobs.co.uk proud to have sponsored the Recruiter Awards "Best Recruitment Agency to Work For" last week

Career Tools - Your Career Change CV


Preparing a Career Change CV

When making a big career change, it can often be difficult to re-write your CV in way that appeals to a completely different industry to the one you’ve been working in. However, lots of people make the jump successfully – it may tough but it’s not impossible. If you’re looking to make an impression in a new field then the steps below will help to create a CV that will get your foot in the door.

Highlight transferable skills

The main disadvantage you will face when changing career is likely to be your lack of experience within the industry that you are trying to break in to. But it’s quite likely that you’ve picked up lots of skills and knowledge in your current and previous roles that could be applied to your new chosen line of work. Do some research into the most sought after skills in that field (this can be done from simply looking through job adverts) and make a list of those skills which relate to work that you have done in the past. When writing your CV; highlight those skills as much as possible throughout the CV to make yourself a more attractive prospect to your new sought-after employers.

Do some voluntary work

Nobody likes to work for nothing but if you can pick up some experience in your desired field and make some contacts; then voluntary work can be absolutely invaluable to you. Simply contact relevant firms and offer your services free of charge (you can offer on a part time or even remote working basis to work around your current commitments). Most businesses (especially small businesses) will jump at the chance of having an unpaid volunteer. You may not find yourself performing the most glamorous or exciting jobs on offer but you’ll get a great insight into how the industry works, build some good relationships… and best of all, you can add the work experience to your CV.

Cut down on irrelevant details


You probably have a wealth of achievements from your current career but you won’t need to include them all when writing a career change CV – Some of them just won’t matter to your new target employers. So try to cut down or summarise some of the less relevant details to make room for more transferable skills that are more likely to impress.

State your intention


When moving into a new industry you need to make it very clear that you are serious about making a change otherwise your CV could just be dismissed as instantly unsuitable, or even an erroneous application. Make sure you include details about the field you are looking to move into along and your reasons why, both at the top of your CV and in your cover note.

Author: Andrew Fennell is the Director of London based CV Writing Service - StandOut CV