How To Make Your CV Stand Out in 6-Secs with @tejuwrites [EPISODE 59] #Podcast

On this podcast episode, Segun Akiode hosted Teju’ Fola’-Alade to discuss “Job Search in Nigeria with a Focus on CV writing tips“.

Teju is a Certified Human Resource Manager and a member of the Chartered Management Institute and an affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. She has more than 9 years experience as a career professional within the telecoms and the e-commerce industry. Teju is a lot of things including being a blogger, a vlogger and a web show host.

[bctt tweet=”Your CV must generate interest and attention in 6 secs – @tejuwrites” username=”segunakiode”]

On this podcast episode,

  • You’ll get to hear Teju’s thoughts on how you CV can stand out in 6-seconds.
  • You’ll get to learn the essential sections required on your CV and the average number of pages your CV should be.
  • You’ll get to know how having an internet & social media footprint can be beneficial to your job search and career.

[bctt tweet=”Use your CV to showcase your job achievements and not job responsibilities/descriptions.” username=”segunakiode”]

Go ahead to download and listening to this week’s episode, happy listening 🙂 

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[bctt tweet=”You don’t have to write everything on your mind on social media. – @tejuwrites” username=”segunakiode”]

After listening, feel free to drop a comment or ask your career related question in the comment section below.

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Credit: Podcast sound track by BenSound.Com

1 thought on “How To Make Your CV Stand Out in 6-Secs with @tejuwrites [EPISODE 59] #Podcast”

  1. It was a wonderful and educative session with Teju. My question are as follows:

    1. For an applicant who went through part-time study i.e already working before graduating or qualified. When those the experience of such applicant count on the job is it before or after graduation/qualification?

    2. For a manager role applicant of over 15 years experience who is meant to ave two (2) pages CV according to your broad cast.
    To achieve this, is it that applicant with quite a number of work experience will only list the last two or three work place experience and forget the previous experience in order to achieve two pages CV?

    I wish to use this opportunity to appeal to the panel of broad cast that am presently in search of a job, if there is any assistance that can be rendered.

    Thank you

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