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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Small but vital details : not to be overlooked

Question : What are the main differences between a C.V. for local employment and a C.V for international employment?

APMC : If you are applying for overseas jobs, it is important to consider the local culture and conventions in the foreign country when you are compiling your C.V.

International employers will also be looking for qualities and skills that employers in your native country may not require – foreign languages, diversity and culture awareness, experience in multicultural environments, knowledge of local markets and customs.
It is worth remembering that the mother tongue of the recruitment team may not be English so keep the language simple. The rules of a multi-cultural/lingual office environment are also valid for a C.V. for an international role – do not use complicated, flowery language.
It seems like a little thing but remember to include international dialling codes for telephone contact details and country details for places of employment or education.

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