Create Additional Items for CV Resume or Potential Interview
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List of References
Hello, and thank you for watching VisiHow. In today's tutorial, we will discuss how to set up a page of references in case you are asked to submit your references for a potential employer. On your CV, you may list some references. After you've acquired some experience, it is absolutely normal to leave the references off of the CV for space concerns. You may instead insert a line that says, "References available upon request", or no information about references at all. I have not included any line regarding references on my own CV since I have very rarely been asked to provide any references. In cases where I have been asked, it has been for a hospitality position in which I have to fill out, in addition to submitting my CV, a separate application on which I do need to provide a list of references directly on the application.
- 8If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.This concludes today's tutorial on how to set up a page listing your references for employment.
Video: Create Additional Items for CV Resume or Potential Interview List of References
Hello, and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today, we will be discussing preparing our CV and listing our interests or hobbies.
- 2I do have interests and hobbies listed on my CVs both for Europe, as well as in the United States. I don't believe that submitting my interests in the United States has ever prevented me from getting an interview somewhere.This is more typically found in Europe, and not as common in the United States.
- 7It's much easier to gauge a person's personality if you know what they are interested in. Since many employers are hiring largely based on personality, I personally feel that it can be an advantage to include some of your interests on your CV. It does not have to be a very long section. It can be as simple as one line. This concludes today's tutorial on preparing your CV or resume, and listing your interests or hobbies. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.The idea is to give a prospective employer a greater sense of the type of person that you are.Advertisement
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