A well trained and experienced jobseeker with the right qualifications, may receive many job offers. but much of the time, they are not exactly what we were looking for. Frequently, this is because we have not filled out our professional profile in the most complete way or there are fields in our profile that could be improved. We explain how to improve your professional profile in a few steps.
Obviously, having complete personal data is extremely beneficial when it comes to receiving good job offers or even finding a job. Imagine you are a company and you have found the professional profile of a candidate that you like, but when you go to contact him, he does not have a complete telephone number: what do you think is the impression you give just for not having that information? It sounds like a really bad movie, but in reality over 30% of applicants think their email is enough. The reality is that this omission gives an impression of neglecience, so it is very important to have all your contact details in order to find the job you are waiting for.
When you go to fill your experience in your professional profile, keep in mind that it is going to be read by a company that does not know anything about you You must Explain in a clear manner and in the best possible way all your professional experience.
Always include your education and training in a clear way, including school, years attended and exact qualification. We at PRO CV highly recommend including each and every one of the courses and certificates that you have obtained throughout your career so that companies understand if you can fit into their organisation.
Client Countries – PRO CV – Working across the Globe
In Belgium we have worked with clients in: Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Liège, Bruges, Namur, Leuven, Mons, Aalst,
In Holland we have worked with clients in: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Tilburg, Groningen, Almere Stad, Breda, Nijmegen,
In Switzerland we have worked with clients in: Zurich Switzerland, Geneva Switzerland, Basel Switzerland, Bern Switzerland, Lausanne Switzerland, Lucerne Switzerland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Monaco, Andorra, Malta, Cyprus,
Copenhagen Denmark, Nyhavn Copenhagen, Vesterbro Copenhagen, Nørrebro Copenhagen, Østerbro Copenhagen, Christianshavn Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Copenhagen.
In Portugal we have worked with clients in: Lisbon, Porto, Amadora, Braga, Setúbal, Coimbra,Queluz, Funchal, Cacém, Vila Nova de Gaia,
In Austria, we have worked with clients in: Vienna, Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Villach, Wels, St. Pölten, Dornbirn,
How do I broaden out my personal biography?
Use language in the way that you think will be most productive. Always have it on hand, both when you browse the internet and when you consider it possible to contact in person with an interesting person in your network. Words are everything. The tone of your CV or Resume is what people are going to pick up on.
If you have a blog or a personal page, you should place share the links as much as possible. In your profiles on social networks you will always also have the option of placing it in the profile section. In other places such as your resume or profile on Twitter you can always place a summary, or better yet a link for those employers or headhunters that may be interested Give it an attractive but professional format, save it on PDF format and send it by mail to targeted employers and recruiters.