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When you are applying for jobs online, either using an online application form or by creating a CV, you should supply information about your educational background, employment history, qualifications and experience and also supply contact information such as your telephone number and email address. It’s also a great idea to mention your current and expected salary if at all possible as it will give potential employers a good idea of the kind of job you are ideally looking for. Supply as much information as possible, but don’t be tempted to ‘waffle’ i.e. keep your application to the point and if you are submitting a CV, try to keep it to a maximum of 2 A4 sized pages – no-one wants to wade through ‘filler’ to find the details they need. Before you submit your application or CV, you should thoroughly proofread it for any mistakes. If you can, ask a third party to proofread your application or CV on your behalf, as they may pick up on errors that you haven’t spotted. If you plan on creating a CV and then pasting the details onto numerous online application forms, save your CV as a Microsoft Word document, as Rich Text Format; this will ensure that the original formatting is preserved when you paste it onto another form. If you are completing an online application form, always follow any guidelines that are provided by the company; if you don’t adhere to these, the chances are that your application will simply be rejected. Finally, make sure that you update your CV frequently and keep a note of any online applications that you have made, this will help you to organise your applications as you go along.
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