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I have got two different skills, ie experience in accounts and patient coordinator.
On my CV I have mentioned both experiences in fact the most recent one is patient co-ordinator. When applying for accounts jobs do you think my CV would confuse the employer?
Do you think I should have 2 different CV's?
Please let me know?
I am interested in becoming a stockbroker but do not hold a degree, are there any avenues to pursue this aim?
Your reply would be most helpful and received gratefully.
What would be the most relevant courses to undertake to become something along the lines of an Investment Specialist/Fund Manager or Financial Planner/Analyst. I would not be against the idea of going back to university as I’m not worried about how long the qualifications will take but more important to me is that I am given the best chance to succeed.
I am currently employed by a business bank and work as an accounts team official. I am not satisfied with the opportunities offered to me in terms of progression and I am considering applying to various graduate schemes as I have a strong academic background. Would this be appropriate given that it is 4 years since I graduated?