I would like to share with you my insights on how to be effective in finding a job.
This initiative has been sparked by one student who kindly asked me to "forward" his cv to my contacts in order to find an internship.
I am convinced this is common practice among students, but I am sorry, to me there is nothing more wrong to do
(nobody will even spend 1 minute reading them).
I strongly encourage you to read the following books:http://www.amazon.com/Power-Resumes-Ron-Tepper/dp/0471247812/ref=sr...http://www.amazon.com/Great-Answers-Tough-Interview-Questions/dp/07...
they are possibly the "Bible" of job hunting. The first will teach you how to write a real CV, while the second to answer tough interview questions and get "the" job. This selection comes from a long process by many international job seekers I know and everyone (me included) achieved the expected results just following (pedissequamente)
They have an anglosaxon bias, but believe me or not this culture is superior to any other in this respect.
I hope this will be of help!
ing (?) Andrea Astone
PS: I promise I have no rebate on the sales :-)