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The CV is about the past, reverse chronological order, 2-3 pages

The covering (application/motivation) letter is future oriented, 1 page

Make your application demonstrate a red thread

Profile yourself. You’re highly qualified in something but not an expert in everything!

Check your Facebook identity

Don’t mention: Your religion, political opinion, sexual orientation, your parents’  and spouse’s job titles

Don’t use a Hotmail account – it often ends up as spam


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