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A lot of candidates overlook the importance of their CV, wrongly assuming that it serves as a factual document that summarises achievements and gives potential employers the opportunity to know their contact details. They are sending out CV’s that may mean they never get contacted. Fortunately for you, we want you to get contacted and start the career of your dreams.
You're almost certain to be asked specific questions on areas covered within your CV and your potential employer. Nothing is as disappointing as when a candidate oozes enthusiasm and then doesn't know the most basic facts about the company they have said they are so passionate about or are able to elaborate on their CV with further examples.
Your CV has served you well and you have been selected for the interview stage. You’ve spent some time preparing and now it's the day of the interview. We have put together a breakdown of everything you need to know to start your interview for any trainee or junior broker role on the front foot.
Here at Graduate Broker we have a focus on all graduate, trainee and junior broker jobs across the financial services industry. Candidates of course will have their own individual motivations, skill-sets and ambitions as the driving force behind why they are entering the financial services sector.