If you were born a United Arab Emirates citizen, you will be required to indicate this in your CV under ‘Citizenship/Visa status’. List all activities that have prepared your for the position in question, such as courses, projects or related research. Also give an overview of your skills, in particular with regard to IT, languages, management and presentations.
Growing competition on the labour market demands that your application and your skills distinguish you from other candidates. The most wanted attributes include:
Digital application forms have become more common and the internet is considered a fast medium of communication.
If you are making your application via email, write a concise application email with your CV
Attached and always remember to use formal language when submitting your application online or via email.
For any job interview it is important to know your own strengths and weaknesses. Take time before the interview to research the market and sector you want to work in, familiarising yourself with the latest developments. Bring original diplomas and certificates to the interview as well as an extra copy of your CV.
In a lot of cases a recruiter will interview a candidate more than once. It can often take several weeks before you receive another invitation. It is common to follow-up an interview with a letter/email or phone call, reiterating your interest in the position and thanking the recruiter for the time and effort invested by them.
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