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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18th September 2015

FT: Top MBA Careers how-to guides

Are you looking for a job or a change of direction in your working life? The following how-to guides offer advice on the job search and career development. Read tips

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10th August 2015

Guardian: How to get your job application shortlisted

Guardian Have you ever applied for a job which you thought you were perfect for, only to find you’ve not been called for an interview? Corinne Mills gives her top

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9th February 2015

Guardian – How to spruce up your CV

Corinne Mills gives her top tips on how to spruce up your CV

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31st July 2014

Telegraph – How to write the best CV

Expert recruiters hiring for some of Britain’s most sought-after jobs explain how to write a brilliant CV (and which howlers to avoid)

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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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7th May 2013

Guardian – May careers calendar: Keeping your professional development continuous

Employees are constantly being assessed on their knowledge and skills. So how can you stay on top of the game?

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8th February 2012

Watch Corinne Mills give her CV tips on BBC News ‘Show me the money’ programme

Corinne Mills, MD of Personal Career Management will be featuring on the ‘Show me the money’ programme on BBC News this Sunday 12th February at 9:30pm.

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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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