Best Time To Send your CV in UAE – Must Try!

Hiring companies have so many things to consider when choosing an applicant. Aside from an impressive cover letter (you should always have this!) and a comprehensive yet short Curriculum Vitae/Resume, sometimes, the time of day that you send your application is VERY IMPORTANT!

Based from experience in the UAE, the best time to send your CV or applications is around 8am-10am in the morning. With this time, you are sure that you will be the first on the pile of thousands of applicants and your CV will have a higher chance of being opened/scanned. Of course, an impressive cover letter/CV will always help.

Sending your CV during this time will also give you a very positive impression on the hiring manager as you will be seen as an early bird – and as they say, the early bird catches the worm (in this case, the early bird catches the job!)

So keep this in mind when applying and for sure your chances of getting interviewed and ,eventually, getting hired will increase!

Good luck!



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