DIC backs Bayt.com's CV clinics
Dubai, February 18, 2009
Dubai Internet City (DIC) is working with Bayt.com, a leading job site in the region, to hold a series of CV clinic sessions for UAE professionals looking for employment.
Jobseeking professionals can benefit from a free 15 minute consultation with Bayt.com recruitment specialists, who provide advice on how to make their CVs more interesting and marketable to prospective employers.
Taking place at the Amphitheatre by the Dubai Internet City Lake, the CV clinic will be open to everybody free of charge until February 26. The sessions have so far, attracted over 200 professionals actively seeking employment.
Bayt.com’s top senior management have also been offering consultations with the support of the Bayt.com Career Services team.
As a business partner at Dubai Internet City, Bayt.com is seeking to help tackle the growing ranks of unemployment in Dubai with the support of Dubai Internet City.-TradeArabia News Service
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