I spoke to an individual earlier to share my feedback on the CV:
Lai: I have a question for you. Your CV is plain with generic information shared on your previous and current roles. You didn’t highlight on the technical skills and key projects in your CV. Can you share the reason why?
In: Oh yes, usually we need to explain all of these during the interview session. So I decided not to write these information in my CV first.
Lai: Understood. Actually this is hurting your chance to be shortlisted for interview session. Both HR and Hiring Manager are looking for the followings:
1) Overall Experience: They want to understand your career journey and what you have achieved.
2) Specific Experience: Do you have the technical skills required for the role that you’ve applied.
3) Key Projects: What roles did you played in the previous projects as well as your contributions to the projects. Without the information above, there is a slim chance that you will be called for an interview session.
I would be sharing more information on the items above during the CV Write-Up class tomorrow.
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