Every year a new trend in the field of CV writing is introduced. One trend making a splash
today is the CVs with videos and presentations. Although the traditional written CV shows
a lot about an applicant, it is a bit limited. It is becoming common practice for employers
to use videos and presentations in jobs and even in interviews.
While CVs (video, presentation) might not completely replace their traditional written CVs,
they will likely become more important. The reasons are endless. The employer wants to
get quickly to the best-qualified candidates.
Employers prefer performing CVs (VIDEO AD PRESENTATION) because it lowers the
chance of faking. Performing CVs also allows getting that first impression, which in most
cases turns out to be the final one. Employers also want to observe the enthusiasm and
the humor whether the applicant wants the job and has the desired qualities, notice the
confidence, and confirm the precision and staying-on-point skills which are not possible
in traditional written CVs.
In performing CVS, An employer can check the willingness of the applicant to take a risk,
CVS illustrates the applicant’s language skills, Demonstrate verbal communication skills,
creativity, which cannot be possible in traditional writing CVs.
Everything, in traditional written CVs, cannot be visually how it would operate in real life
as it is described in performing CVs, that's why employers prefer performing CVs