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Dear Sir,I have worked with a Public Sector Bank for five years in Trade-Finance Operations as Assis
Dear Sir,I have worked with a Public Sector Bank for five years in Trade-Finance Operations as Assistant Manager(from 2009 to 2014) but for some personal reason, I had to resign from the job. But now as things are settled, I want to get back to work. I tried applying through job-portal but it seems recruiters are not considering my resume due to long career gap i.e. of 2.5 yrs.\nCurrently, I am pursuing PGDBM-Finance from Welingkar Institute of Management- Mumbai and also completed a certification course in related experience but seems recruiters are not considering the same.\\nPlease suggest me what skills I need to acquire and apart from that in what way I can approach for job application so that I can at least be called for an interview. Also, please suggest me if there any other sectors as well where I can look upon and the courses and certifications I need to complete.\n\nLooking forward to hearing from you.\n\nRegards,\nSuman Preet Kaur
29 Apr 2017, 08:25pm
Dear Ms. Kaur,\nIn your CV, you should give the reason for your break clearly, so that no one is left guessing--was it to raise a child; if so, say that?\nSecond, write your accomplishments clearly in your five years. During that time, your business from ... to ... This will show that in your working time at least, you did well.\nThird, it seems you have a finance background and could work in corporate finance, apart from financial institutions. Which means, every company above Rs. 1,000 crore might have a role for you. So you should draw up a list of companies in the city that you are in (Mumbai?) and directly apply.\nFourth, think about other sectors, for instance any large NGO would also need someone like you in finance (and accounts). And they too pay well.\nFifth, perhaps you can join a CA firm--you're not a CA yourself, but your forex background maybe a useful addition to them to offer one more service apart from the other services that they offer.\nSixth, see if you want to get out of finance and a corporate job altogether--do you want to start your own business?\nRegards,\nHarsh
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Dear Ms. Kaur,\nIn your CV, you should give the reason for your break clearly, so that no one is lef

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