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|Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by uchie(f): 10:46pm On May 28, 2006|
Example Of Nigerian CV
Can someone give me a good example of how a Nigerian CV is supposed to look?
I am moving back and the resumes we use here are very different?
Do I have to include me date of birth? state of origin? secondary school attended?
Do I have to list my SSCE result on the CV?
Please let me know or someone put up a sample.
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Hotstepper(f): 4:24am On May 29, 2006|
uchie, I have seen some Nigerian resumes and its basically like abroad resumes for this one includes
STATE OF ORIGIN
THEN education,, work experience etc,
go this site on nairaland where people attached their CV and take a look
Are you looking for a job in Nigeria? Good luck!
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Mozek(m): 7:39pm On Jun 01, 2006|
Want a banking job?
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by uchie(f): 10:29pm On Jun 01, 2006|
@mozek, why do you ask?
@hotstepper, I dont have yahoo messanger? do u have msn?
Mainwhile, what are they doing with my "sex", state of origin, marital status and all that, in Canada, it is illegal to ask all these daft questions, talk less of put it on a CV
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Hotstepper(f): 2:35am On Jun 02, 2006|
well Canada and Nigeria are diff. that is their own way I guess so we gotta gow with it, lata
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by cammax7(m): 11:12am On Jun 04, 2006|
Isnt GENDER more appropriate than SEX
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Hotstepper(f): 6:25pm On Jun 05, 2006|
yes gender, ma bad
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Garuba(m): 3:21pm On Jun 06, 2006|
What are you going to be moving back to do exactly? just curious.
And yes the canadian resume seems pretty different than the Nigerian one. I hope that when I go back it wont be a problem lol cuz i love my resume its pretty packed for someone not even done my first degree,
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Hotstepper(f): 3:32pm On Jun 06, 2006|
i know ehhh, ma resume is packed 2 for sum1 datz not done skool yet
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Nkay(f): 5:49pm On Jun 08, 2006|
Please can i get a sample of a standard cv that could aid a fresh graduate join the labour force?
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Akolawole(m): 6:06pm On Jun 08, 2006|
I beg, this is Sports section.
Can Seun move this away to the appropriate place?
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by Nkay(f): 6:10pm On Jun 08, 2006|
SORRY!!!!ooooo,its one of those first time mistakes.
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by kellorah: 1:53pm On Jul 14, 2006|
there are some info which you shouldn't put in a CV such as religion because it may be a christian recruiting and maybe he/she doesn't like muslims and vice versa. so i do not advice you to put in religion.
same goes for nationality, especially when you are abroad cos some people can be racist.
another info is REFERENCES. they should be available on request cos you never know who'll start stalking your former boss and prank calling them.
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by katonia: 2:41pm On Jun 10, 2010|
reply may be coming really late, but I stumbled on some website the other day,
Check www.editmycv.com, I found it really very helpful .
or this link http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/editmyCVcom/96924159567?ref=ts
Good luck in Your Job search.
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by TheFortunate(m): 2:20pm On Feb 13, 2013|
I really hate ppl making no sense wen sb is askin wat make sense.
|Re: Format Of A Nigerian Resume (CV) by MemorazziStudio: 11:14am On Aug 24, 2014|
CAN YOUR CV SPEAK BOLDLY IN YOUR ABSENCE?
Most CVs/Resumes/Cover Letters do not get read beyond the first few lines by employers seeking to employ new talents and such resumes are useless to the owners.
Do you think you're affiliated with this category? If yes, quickly contact Memorazzi Studios for a timely intervention.
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