Optimising your personal statement

I wanted to write a quick blog about personal statements as they seem to cause a lot of our candidates confusion. A personal statement in this context goes at the top of your CV. Not to be confused with the type of personal statement you were asked to write when you applied to university (these for example – https://www.personal-statement-examples.com/). It is about 3 or 4 lines long and it has a simple goal: to tell an employer you’re the perfect

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How to find keywords for your CV

Finding and using the right keywords in your CV could make all the difference. With so many other applications landing on the HR manager’s desk, it’s easy to see how difficult it is to get an interview. Using the relevant technical jargon and matching the keywords to the role will put you in the driving seat. But where do you find them? Here’s how to find keywords for your CV and get ahead of the competition: Use the job advert

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How to get a Job in Care

The fact that you are reading about how to get a job in care is a brilliant start and shows that you are taking the correct approach by doing some research.  Too many people still believe that just because there are thousands of care jobs available, or they think of ‘care work’ as a low-level position in some way, that simply anyone can get a job in care. Well times have changed, and due to the highly competitive nature of

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Working in Care – A Guide

Care and Nurse Jobs actively supports the care industry by helping to attract potential workers into the sector.  It is no secret that there is a huge shortfall in the number of staff required to meet the ever growing demand of care in the UK, and through our experience, along with working closely with a large number of employers, we believe that we’re in a prime position to help make a difference. Below we have laid out a guide to working

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