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  1. montrice

    I am from Canada and want to move to England. I have sent so many CV’s and no response. What am I doing wrong? Please help.

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    1. plabram

      Hello, sorry to hear that. Common mistakes in CVs are normally that they are too long (2 pages should be the absolute maximum), contain spelling mistakes or don’t contain relevant experience. Sometimes, however, finding a job can require frustratingly high levels of patience and – disappointingly – it is just a case of keeping on trying. We’ve also written an article on free CV checkers here if you’d like a take a look: http://www.jobisjob.co.uk/blog/2013/07/free-online-cv-checks/. Hope this helps, and I sincerely wish you the best of luck with your future efforts.

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    2. Mohammed Iqbal

      Please don’t give up you will succeed, believe me its true. I tell you an old story, there was once a king who fought many battles but every time he would loose. once sitting by the river bank, he spotted an aunt in the water, crawling to reach the river bank, every time the poor aunt reaches the slope, she slips back, but after servile attempts, she managed to climb and reached her destination. the king learning the lesson try’s for the last time and gauss what succeeds in defeating his enemies.

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      1. mani nagaraja

        robert bruce who could never win any battle as knight give up;

        while sitting in a cave he saw a spider falling 111 times till it succeeded to reach top’
        inspired by this he won all the rest of battles in life and became the greatest knight
        which is true’

        I too have faced many failures and come up like robert bruce
        of whom i studied in my sixth grade

        mani
        engineer
        bangalore

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    3. Mohammed Iqbal

      Best thing is to move first and than apply for jobs, people tend to think potential problems i.e. delays in starting the job, accommodation issues etc. I work for a further educational establishment, we normally recruit people for reasons of potential delays, which can be problematic for us. best regards

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      1. Jeannine

        Hello!

        Thank you for your message. For all the job listings we offer in Canada, visit our website, http://www.jobisjob.ca/. Here you’ll be able to search from over 32,000 jobs all over Canada. We’ve got a cool trends tool you can use to get the inside on the labour market as well as an E-mail alert system that lets you know when new jobs in your sector arise! Check it out!

        All the best with your search!

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