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Q: ive been applying on and on and nobody has seen my CV, why?

Im already exhausted of applying for jobs, i think ive got a very strong CV. Nobody has even seen my CV one... not once. So, is it me or something else?

22 weeks 5 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Edward... for someone looking for some answers you provide an astounding lack of information so ... dunno, no why.

 

If you're for real and want a serious answer then you really need to give a bit more background info.

 

 

 

 

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How can you tell ... how many employers have seen you CV?

 

Strong CV? How strong?

 

Chinese employers don't reply to CV, if they cannot secure Working permit, i.e. Non-native English passport, or if there is anything else on your CV that doesn't fit Chinese ideals ... i.e. 'no photo'... and if your CV has all that strength ... you might hold Native English passport, but your origins are 'Asian', 'coloured', 'overweight' and other no-China-reasons.

 

Never mind!

 

Keep sending your CV to job adverts until you get contacted by one. 

 

I hold Non-native English passport and I successfully worked in China for many years, before the Law changes in 2017.

 

Good luck!

 

 

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Edward... for someone looking for some answers you provide an astounding lack of information so ... dunno, no why.

 

If you're for real and want a serious answer then you really need to give a bit more background info.

 

 

 

 

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If you think that fir all the requirements pay more attention to your CV. You make think that it's great, but the fact is resumes are written differently in different countries.

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