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How to write an
interview winning CV

What’s most important to you in your work?

How to identify your skills

The secrets to changing industries without damaging your career:

Changing industries doesn’t necessarily mean you have to start at the bottom. You’ve got transferable skills and a personality that can be used almost anywhere. Read more

The secrets to changing industries without damaging your career

The secrets to changing industries without damaging your career


Changing industries doesn’t necessarily mean you have to start at the bottom. You’ve got transferable skills and a personality that can be used almost anywhere. It’s about understanding those skills, their use in the new role/sector and your personality and motivation to go out there and get it.


Understand that all your skills are transferable so get clear about what you have to offer and how your skills can be related to the new sector.


Surveys have shown that up to 80% of jobs these days are gained through networking. Talk to as many people as you can who work in the industries you’re interested in. Ask them what they do, how they got into the industry, what they enjoy about it, what are the pitfalls and ask for their suggestions on how to break into the field.


Be prepared to tell your story succinctly and know how to present yourself in 60 seconds...Make certain when you leave that they know what you are looking for and the three key strengths you bring to the table. Make it easy for them to think of you and share your story with others.

Ultimately interviewers are looking at 3 key points:


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