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This is your chance to highlight your previous experience.
Even if you feel it may be trivial, include all your past experience. If a past job seems irrelevant, give it a twist. For example:
Each previous experience illustrates who you are, your story and gives an Employer further insight into the quality of previous experience.
Employers want to get to know you in a snap shot, so just be yourself.
It is extremely important that you portray yourself in an honest light from the very outset-starting with your profile. Employers don't expect perfection. In fact if someone seems too good to be true, they probably are.
So be honest, be yourself and start off on the right foot.
IMPORTANT: contact information such as phone number, email, surnames, or other contact info will not be approved (This is for your security as all Employers are vetted by us; Employers will only contact you through our site).
This is your chance to tell Employers a little bit about yourself. Your biography will be one of the first things they read when they look at your profile, so include information such as:
Make sure you create a good impression by putting your best foot forward and selling yourself, but remember to also keep it concise.
We have four credit packages available for different enterprise sizes and recruitment needs. Please see the Pricing or Employer Dashboard Buy Credits pages for more information and to purchase.
You can save your search terms and filters so when a Job Seeker matching your requirements registers or changes their availability, you be will notified by email. Simply click the ?Save this search? button at the bottom of the filters panel. You can manage your saved searches in the Employer Dashboard Saved Searches panel.
In most cases you'll find the answer here. Use the search help feature above for specific answers or browse popular topics on the left. If you can't find the answer, contact us for a prompt response.