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Augmented reality CVs help candidates stand out
- — 13 October, 2010 03:26
Brits looking to grab the attention of employers could do just that with an augmented reality CV, says CWJobs.co.uk.
According to the recruitment website, 80 percent of IT jobseekers would consider using an alternative to the 'traditional' written CV. With this in mind, the website has joined forces with with David Wood, the co-founder of Symbian, to create a CV that when held up to a webcam displays virtual computer-generated imagery to reveal more about each element of the CV.
CWJobs.co.uk has put together a video featuring technology guru and presented of the Gadget Show Jason Bradbury, to demonstrate just how an augmented reality CV is created.
The IT recruitment firm if offering two Brits the chance to get their hands on bespoke augmented reality CVs.
A team of designers, animators, video editors and developers will work with the winner to bring each of the key skills on the their CV to life. The CV will then be distributed to over 2,500 IT recruiters who advertise their vacancies on CWJobs. The winners will also receiev £500 in Amazon vouchers.
"This competition offers IT jobseekers the opportunity to create a CV that is not only visually engaging and attention grabbing, it also gives them a chance to be involved in the creation from a technical perspective which is an invaluable learning experience," said Wood.
Richard Nott from CWJobs.co.uk said recruiters look for CVs with rich content to make them stand out.
"AR is just one of many developments in CV creation we expect to see in the recruitment sector over the coming years."
To enter visit CWJobs dedicated webpage.