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Q: HOW TO SHARE A LINK TO UR CV

3 weeks 3 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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I dunno ... I've never posted my CV here, but after some due dilligence, I contacted the potential employer directly through their email address or I was using "Contact Us' posted at their website.

 

I am thinking, you don't need to promote your CV posted here. The employer will contact you directly, if you fit the advertised profile.

 

Good luck!

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I dunno ... I've never posted my CV here, but after some due dilligence, I contacted the potential employer directly through their email address or I was using "Contact Us' posted at their website.

 

I am thinking, you don't need to promote your CV posted here. The employer will contact you directly, if you fit the advertised profile.

 

Good luck!

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