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Resumes in the Real World
A Case Study in How Job Applications are Read by Employers

Year

2002

Producer

VEA

Country of Origin

Australia

Duration

00:19:00

Product Code

VEA02003000

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Description

It's a great job and it looks like everyone's applying for it - there's a mountain of resumes and applications. So which resumes stand out, and which don't. And why? How will the employer decide who to interview? We follow a real world example of what happens when a large employer advertises for young people to be employed as administration trainees. We see what a recruitment agency looks for in a resume and consider some examples that impressed and some that didn't. We get pointers about what makes a good resume from the experts who read them every day. Please note: This program is also available with captions.

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Production Year
2002

Duration
00:19:00

Producer
VEA

Country Of Origin
Australia

Level
Senior Secondary to Professional

Product Code
VEA02003000