Efthymios knew that he had gaps in his knowledge when it came to the application process for industry jobs. He had experience and familiarity with preparing his CV for academic positions, grants and fellowships, but didn’t how to translate this into recruitment processes beyond academia.
Efthymios found Prosper’s ‘Act’ resources particularly enlightening on this front. He was able to learn all about recruitment processes beyond academia, and how to craft the much shorter, punchier CVs and applications that are more commonplace in industry. He learned what to include, what to omit, how to format so as to stand out, and how to really showcase his skills and tailor applications to the specific requirements of the role.
This has the serendipitous side effect of improving his ability to market himself not just for industry roles, but academic ones too.