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6 tips to help you get a pay rise

6 tips to help you get a pay rise

The very thought of asking your boss for a pay rise seems like a very daunting prospect – but it can be done if you know how. You shouldn’t sit back and accept a salary that you don’t believe in, and if you think you deserve more then you should ask. (more…)
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3 reasons why your CV could be rejected

3 reasons why your CV could be rejected

Writing and sending in your CV to the employer is typically the only way you can gain an interview. You can of course also walk into the business with your CV and hand it in directly, which we would highly recommend if possible. But the approach is still the same – the employer will not hire you without seeing your credentials on a CV. (more…)
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Adding humour to your CV

Adding humour to your CV

Writing a CV is a difficult task, but knowing what the employer wants to see is probably the hardest part. You could write a perfect error free CV but still fail to get an interview, and one of the reasons why could be that your application lacks personality. (more…)
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How to write an acting CV

How to write an acting CV

As an agency we deal with many different vacancies - acting doesn't tend to be one of them. However, we do get actors and actresses through the doors from time to time, looking for work in between jobs - and I'm often asked for advice on writing an acting CV. (more…)
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What is a personal statement?

What is a personal statement?

10 years ago, I very rarely saw anything on a CV that resembled a personal statement. This kind of thing would be reserved for the cover letter, with the CV keeping strictly to the core sections (work history, education/qualifications and references - and sometimes skills and hobbies). (more…)
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