Applications and CVs

Here's a guide on how to write the best job applications, graduate résumés, CVs, and cover letters.

Jaideep Patel shares six marketing tips you can use to make your résumé work that much harder for you.

There are several different types of résumés, but most commonly used is the chronological format as seen here.

Your résumé is usually your first step in convincing future employers that you’re the right person for the job. Make it count!

Emailing recruiters should never be a casual affair. What are some of the key errors that you should keep an eye out for?

The cover letter is your résumé’s best friend. Don’t send one off without the other!

It comes as no surprise that graduate cover letters take ages to craft – and all that effort will be of waste if you include a cliché sta

To a seasoned recruiter, the ‘chronological’ order of your résumé is the first thing that will catch their attention.

In an age of fast-talking, high-tech communication, it’s still a sin to be casual when e-mailing an employer. Remember, it's an application, not a post on your Facebook wall!

Jaideep Patel explains some sure-fire tricks of increasing your online job hunt success rates.

A curriculum vitae (CV), also known as a résumé, should always come with a cover letter.

Here is some advice to make sure your application makes it to the top of the interview pile.