Everyone with a 2:2 has a sob story. I sympathise. Sad truth is you need to push up your grade to make sure all this cv stuff isn't a waste of time.(Original post by insignificant)
More important things happened in my life, like my mums several operations, my dads seizures, I had other things to concentrate on, like looking after them and running a house.
More important things in life than a degree.
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- 13-03-2013 21:24
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(Original post by malteser87)
- 14-03-2013 00:46
No, you'd think nobody had ever made a career change before. All work experience is useful and what she has to make sure is that she links the experience to the skills they ask for in the job description. The covering letter is where all the main work is done, and it's where she has to explain what her career aspirations are.