Show and Explain a Career Change on CV or Resume
Edited by Hotelier, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, Anonymous
Hello! Thank you for watching VisiHow! In this tutorial, we'll be discussing preparing our CV and dealing with a career change within it.
- 4We can also tailor our employment history.We can use the skills that we gain at our last job, where we worked in such a way that we become applicable to the job that we are seeking. At many jobs, we will acquire some customer service and negotiation skills. We need to highlight those skills in our employment history, so that they can be read as transferable skills. So, we should definitely use them.
- 5When we go from nonprofit to other (hospitality, for example) jobs, we can focus on a lot of skills gained in the nonprofit positions for the first major jobs that we receive.We can deal with a lot of customers if we work in association. We can also acquire excellent writing, sale, and meeting planning skills. These are excellent transferable skills, especially for someone going into the hospitality industry. So, there are ways when we can take our current experience and apply it to the experience that we want to have.Advertisement
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Video: Show and Explain a Career Change on CV or Resume
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Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Hotelier