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#Tip of the day for journalists: CV writing pointers

January 2nd, 2013Posted by in Jobs, Top tips for journalists

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On the BBC College of Production website, talent executive for BBC Vision Simon Wright runs through some pointers to help media job seekers “improve your CV, sell your skills, get you an interview and hopefully, a job”.

And here is a detailed guide from Journalism.co.uk on how to write a covering letter and CV – it is almost a year old, but the tips remain relevant today.

If you have a tip you would like to submit to us at Journalism.co.uk email us using this link.

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  • Jason

    Thanks for the tips, I really struggled writing a good CV, I also got a free CV review from http://www.cvknowhow.com they do give some good tips that I also used.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004408264174 Damon Salvatore

    It is good to have a good and impressive CV. A good CV can take your career to the huge heights. CV is the first thing which makes your first image in front of an unknown person. So it should be good. Recently I have read a blog with some good and impressive CV writing tips. You can see them by following below address-

    http://docfixers.com/index.php/guidance-on-writing-a-cv/

  • http://jobskenya411.blogspot.com/ Jobs

    Nice points, sometimes we struggle to know which CV format is the right one depending on our qualifications and skills, i think sometimes its a great idea to get a professional to do it for you.

  • Marjorey

    Thank you for the tips. I will definitely refer to Journalism.co.uk as I get started writing CV. In addition I would suggest you to try CV and resume proofreading help. It will makes your curriculum vatea as well as resume more appealing and free from any errors.

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