All You Need to Know About Writing Resumes

Writing a great resume does not necessarily mean you have to follow all advice and the rules you hear through the grapevine. Every resume is a one-kind-of-a marketing communication, thus, it should be entirely appropriate to your situation and do exactly what you need it to do. Instead of a bunch of rules and tips, we are going to cut the chase in this brief guide and give you the most basic principles of writing an extremely efficient resume.

What is a C.V/Resume?

C.V stands for curriculum vitae which in Latin means ‘course of life’. In the USA and Canada, it is known as the resume, a French word to mean summary. A resume refers to a summary of your experiences, skills and education. It should be a living, breathing and growing document. Employers do not have much time to read in between the lines, so the more effort you do to show how better you are for the job you are trying to bag, the more the chance you’ll have of getting it. Continue reading “All You Need to Know About Writing Resumes”

Career Opportunities in Environmental Management and Agricultural Sector

Knowing what is available to your profession is half the battle when choosing a career. Agriculture is a dynamic, sophisticated and high-technology industry with countless opportunities for young people. The agricultural industry can offer competitive financial rewards, coupled with significant opportunities to achieve your potential and an excellent chance to feel part of the vibrant community.

A new generation of talented graduates is required in agriculture, to help overcome some of the society’s biggest problems that relate to agricultural practices. Graduates have a choice on commercial and technical roles on progressive farms or in the high number of global and other regional companies involved with crops, livestock, food, machinery among others.

What is like working in the sector?

Graduates who enter the environment and agriculture sector can expect to work on a broad range of areas that include the following;

– Jobs involving plants and animals

– To work outdoors in all weathers on soil management, soil testing,  and analysis.

– Varied tasks that depend upon practical hands-on and the physically demanding work.

– Opportunities for self-employment on agriculture Continue reading “Career Opportunities in Environmental Management and Agricultural Sector”