We’ve talked about CVs a few times on this blog so why are we writing another one? Because getting your CV right is that important but how do you write a CV that sells you? Well, you’ve got to get squirmy.
During maternity leave, having experienced the “negative impact” on career progression and seeing other examples, like Cary Gracie, caused me to reflect on my own experiences starting a business, identifying my own value and most importantly, ensuring I get it. Here are my tips to ensure you get it too.
Let’s not pretend, making the decision to return to work is a tough one. You are taking a step into the unknown and there are so many different things to think about and to take into consideration, let alone the niggling self-doubt about whether you have made the right decision for you and your family.
I sometimes think that the most painful part of job search is writing a CV, especially after a career break. Let’s face it, it’s a pain to do but a necessary evil! When you also take into account that you have been on a career break for however long, it can make the whole process quite daunting. But fear not, we’re here to help!