(TOOL) - Lesson 52: Does a translator need a visual CV? | Marta Stelmaszak | Wine, history and culture... | Scoop.it

"I often get asked how to make a CV stand out from the crowd of other applications. And I always say to get some basics things right (have a look here), including the headline, profile, or some data-heavy bits. But I know sometimes it’s not enough. That’s why I think visual CVs can be useful, definitely when you want to catch some direct clients.

 

The biggest advantage of having a visual CV is that you can highlight your experience and achievements much easier. They also have the benefit of being innovative and are much more personalised. You don’t need much more to ..."


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