7th December 2017

Michael Page – Future of CVs

Future Firsts – technology forces shaping the future workforce Corinne Mills gives her views on the Future of CVs We are in the midst of a massive upheaval in the

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1st September 2016

The do’s and don’ts of emailing your CV to a recruiter

Career Coach, Corinne Mills gives her top career tips to the Telegraph on the do’s and don’ts of emailing your CV to a recruiter. Click here to read the full

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16th June 2016

Telegraph: How to highlight your achievements on your CV

Corinne Mills gives her CV tips to the Telegraph on how to highlight your achievements on your CV. Click here to read the article on the Telegraph Jobs website.

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10th December 2015

Telegraph: The seven deadly CV sins

The Telegraph The seven deadly CV sins 7th December 2015

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20th November 2015

The Job Seekers Bible – top selling CV book

Chamber of Commerce Magazine The Job Seekers Bible – New edition of Corinne’s Mill’s CV book tops the rankings on Amazon. December/January 2015/16 Buy your copy now. Save

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27th October 2015

Get The Gloss: Boost your CV

5 invaluable things you can do outside of work to boost your CV Do you want your CV to stand out from the crowd? Here are the extra job skills that

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30th April 2015

Totally Legal: Top 5 tips for writing a winning covering letter

Totally Legal Top 5 tips for writing a winning covering letter 29th April 2015  

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15th May 2014

SECS in the City – How to get your CV on the shortlist pile

Corinne Mills is the Managing Director of Personal Career Management , the leading career coaching company

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24th May 2010

Telegraph – My interests include cooking dogs – how grammatical errors see CVs binned

A job applicant listed their interests as “cooking dogs” while another boasted of having “excellent poof-reading skills”, a new survey of CV blunders has discovered.

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24th May 2010

You’re hired! Strategic CV handbook is just the job

Stroll through any bookshop and you’ll soon spot one of the few remaining growth industries in recession Britain – writing books about how to cope with redundancy, find a job or even win promotion

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