In the next few minutes YOU can avoid 7 CV mistakes

that stop good people getting interviews for the jobs they want!

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Getting a job used to be so easy didn’t it?

You would see a job advertised in a newspaper, polish up the old CV, compose a covering letter, apply and wait for the phone to ring.

Sure, you would get the occasional turn down letter but it wouldn’t be long before you were invited for an interview.

But today searching for a job is very different.

Everything has changed, fewer jobs are advertised in the press, more are handled by recruitment consultants and agencies and most are advertised on internet job boards.

Applications are requested by email but despite all the technology recruiters routinely fail to acknowledge receipt let alone have the courtesy to give a considered response. After time has elapsed applicants assume they were unsuccessful and wonder how real the vacancy actually was.

And what about social media?

There’s a major shift. Social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are changing the world we live and work in. Job seekers instinctively know that they should participate in social media but how?

If you’re searching for a job but not getting the results you want, we should talk.

At JobSearchExpert we help good, experienced people who are struggling to find work discover how to use modern marketing methods like social media to get the job they deserve.

Let’s start our relationship by me, giving you, a FREE copy of our 7 CV Mistakes guide.

Simply enter your name and email in the boxes and you’ll receive an email from me giving you the download page for your FREE report.

Here’s what you’ll discover:

  • Why employers hire – and why they don’t!
  • Two little words that will transform your achievements
  • The big question all employers ask
  • Why you should never write ” References on request” on your CV
  • Your CV is not all about you!
  • Why you should forget most CV advice

Is it really possible to double your chances of getting an interview by making simple changes to your CV?


Here’s the truth of it…

If I was searching for a job and friend or business colleague told me this free guide was available, I’d be thinking:

I need to know all about these mistakes so I can avoid making them on my CV, I don’t want to miss out on this. How do I get my free copy?

If you’re like me then: go ahead enter your name and email address – right now!

Wishing you every success – and lots of interviews!


Paul Jenkins
Head Coach - JobSearchExpert

PS: If you want to avoid these 7 Mistakes and get more interviews then go ahead and get your FREE guide now!