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Too many people just rattle off a CV without taking enough time, care and attention over it. A well prepared CV stands out a mile from others that aren't and will therefore be the one that gets a candidate invited for interview.

An important point is a resume and cover letter should be the marketing tools that help candidate to land the position that is perfect for him,The clarity in your post is simply spectacular, thanks for sharing this with me!@bose

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