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These 5 Phrases Could Be The Reason Why Your CV Always Hits The Trash Can! by cyndyzuriks(f): 4:44pm On Oct 13, 2017
Sometimes, lack of experience and skill is not what gets your CV evicted, but the use of clichéd words and phrases that make hiring managers cringe.

While it is important that you use buzzwords to highlight your skills and competencies, you must be careful how you use them. If a recruiter or hiring manager opens your CV and it is no different from that of the previous person, you can be sure he will jump past it. He wants to see the uniqueness in you. He also wants to be convinced that you are the right candidate, and a bunch of repetitive jargons won’t do the magic.

Here are 5 worst overused buzzwords you should banish from your CV - http://www.careerhubafrica.com/blog/5-phrases-reason-cv-gets-trashed/

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