How to write a CV when you lack direct work experience

Kirstin on Fullback and Friends:  This is a concern for many under-graduates that I support when helping them build their CVs.  For an under-graduate it is all about providing supporting evidence that can help explain transferrable skills and work experiences.  Use supporting evidence that a hiring manager can be able to measure in order to identify if you are suitable candidate.  If you can work towards building examples and experiences into your CV, and use your degree studies to help explain your academic experience based on practial and theoretical activities, you are one step closer to being short-listed for interview.    http://careers.theguardian.com/careers-blog/how-to-write-cv-without-work-experience

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