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Old 08-04-2010, 06:20 AM
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Help required to prepare a resume and find a job

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Recently my application for PR was approved and am planning to move to australia. I am a Chartered Accountant from India and have done my CFA from CFA, USA. Request you to please help me in finding resources for preparin Resume and find a job

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Some sites like seek and careerone have resume help.





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Australian employers value experience and skills over education. Therefore, in your Resume place these first and put your education in the end. A typical Resume usually consists of the following:

- Career objective (a few sentences related to your professional occupation and your plans)
- Personal information (name, contact details etc.)
- Skills and abilities
- Previous work experience
- Certificates (always include your driving license if you have one - often key aspect in Australia)
- Education
- Referees (my suggestion is to always put 'will be presented upon request').

What's interesting, when my wife went through TAFE they encouraged her to place her qualifications before all the rest. However, my experience with Australian job market showed, it is not a very good option.


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Old 08-09-2010, 10:10 AM
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Well I suggest posting your resume will be a great help on us and let you know what will to changes to be made. And I also to suggest to use a resume template and post it free job search websites in Australia. Resume template catches the attention of prospective employees is essential. If your resume does not impress the person who sees it, you will never get a job interview, so your chances of getting a job depend a great deal on your resume. Fortunately, resume template are available that can improve your odds and can be suited to your particular type of industry can make all the difference.


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Hello Maneal_i

Have you reached Australia ?

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You are more than welcome to download the free resume template on our site.


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Hi Maneal_i,

Have you tried Monster jobs online?


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Hi all, I'm a part qualified CA from India expecting to be qualified in a few months. I'm looking for opportunities in Accounting / auditing in Australia. Can someone help me with a few clarifications please. I want to know if I should go on with applying from India and get employer sponsorship or file EOI for PR?


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You are more than welcome to download the free resume template on our site.


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Hi John

I visited the website, found 5 or so free downloads, however, when I clicked on one, it came up with 4 choices and associated costs, I cannot understand how to download 'free' Many thanks in advance


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Hi all, I'm a part qualified CA from India expecting to be qualified in a few months. I'm looking for opportunities in Accounting / auditing in Australia. Can someone help me with a few clarifications please. I want to know if I should go on with applying from India and get employer sponsorship or file EOI for PR?
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