How to improve your employability?
Entering the working world is a process, and like any process, it often takes time to find the perfect job. However, what makes some people get better jobs and in less time than others?
The document that introduces you to companies and any job opening or offer is always your Curriculum Vitae (CV) or cover letter. This is why it is extremely important to have an eye-catching CV.
An eye-catching resume goes beyond its aesthetics, colors or even the photo you use, because employers don’t rely on format to select a candidate. They rely on the content of the resume, including previous work experience.
That’s why it’s very practical to do an internship before applying for your dream job. A resume or CV that presents you as a candidate with experience, or at least an idea of what working life is like, will always give you an advantage when it comes to being considered for a position.
On the other hand, if your previous experience includes an internship or work placement in a country other than your home country, especially in Europe, you will probably double your chances of finding a good job.
Companies and HR consulting firms consider that previous work experience abroad is a sign of a mature, adaptable, educated and enterprising candidate. Your profile is thus highlighted when selecting candidates.
Knowing this tip to improve your employability, what are you waiting for to do an internship abroad?
Frequently asked questions about employability :
What are the benefits of employability for a company ?
The good employability of employees is a major asset for a company and allows it to be innovative in the short, medium and long term. It is therefore important to test the employability of employees to ensure that everyone is in the right position.
How to cultivate employability ?
Just like culture, employability is something that can be worked on. To do this, you need to perform regular tests to develop your skills and increase the sustainability of your employability.