Business Careers CAREERS & MORE – by Frank Quaye By The Cocktail Media Posted on March 8, 2013 1 min read Comments Off on CAREERS & MORE – by Frank Quaye 0 205 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr On a regular basis and at all levels of employments, job seekers are constantly being asked to submit C.Vs or forward a resume for consideration by the prospective employer. Usually one would wait until such an occasion arrives before actually penning one. This practice of waiting till you find a job opening before writing a C.V tends to put pressure on the writer and can cause a person to lose a very wonderful opportunity to secure a certain dream job. To avoid this and other constraints, I strongly advice that C.Vs should be developed and stored in retrieval systems for regular updating as one gains more experience. Thus right from the basic school or senior high school level, a person with a basic understanding of C.V writing can start composing one for regular updating and future use. In this edition, I will enlighten you on the basics of a C.V and take you through the steps for developing one for yourself for the purposes stated above.