Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Stand out from the crowd with a professional CV

Commercial Feature

There's little doubt that there's never been a more important time to compile an impressive CV.

With more and more people now applying for a limited amount of jobs, a competitive CV is one of the best tools you can equip yourself with when seeking new employment.

It's vital that your CV impresses a potential employer in less than 30 seconds and the only way to do that is to ensure that your CV stands out from the others and this is a sure-fire way to help you win interviews.

Similarly, if you are freelance or self-employed and are seeking work, or if you are thinking of setting up your own business and need to impress the right people, then now is the time to supercharge your CV and get ready for battle!

Miss Smyth CV Writing Services — run by Bangor woman Victoria Smyth — offers a service that can help you go places. She established the business two years ago after compiling a CV for her sister which helped to clinch a high profile job with a banking institution.

As Victoria explained: “My sister got very positive feedback about the CV I did for her so after writing several CVs for family and friends, I decided to set up my own business — so I know exactly where people are coming from when they decide to go out on their own.

“These are tough times and it's so important to have a CV that lets potential employers or business associates quickly ascertain your key skills and achievements, as well as areas of aptitude. It's easy for an employer to skill-match from a good CV and it's therefore vital that your CV is current and specific.”

Victoria aims to provide a professional and cost effective CV writing service. To find out how she can help you, simply call 07977 530105 or email info@miss-smyth-cvs.com. Follow Miss Smyth CV Writing Services on Facebook and Twitter.

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