Registering just your basic information will do, but it will be help clients to get to know more about
you if you register further details about yourself.
Register your skills, what you can do. Clients look at these when they offer jobs.
You can choose from a wide range of skills, such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Illustrator,
article/blog writing, data entry, typing, translation, interpretation, research, sales etc.
2. Licenses and Qualifications
Register the licenses and qualifications you have received up to now. Even those that you feel
may not necessarily be useful could lead to an unexpected job offer.
3. Work Experience
This is where you list your job history. You can register the length of work and other past work related information such as the name of the company, organization, department, position.
(*You can choose what you would like to make public.)
The amount of knowledge in a specific field, as well as experiences in studying abroad, and
the schools attended could help when searching for a job. Register the names and the length of stay
of the schools you have attended. (*You can choose what you would like to make public.)
5. History of Residence
Register the countries and areas you have lived in. People tend to know more about the local culture
and customs of places where they have actually lived in. Some job requests can specifically ask
for someone who is living in or has lived in a certain place.
(*You can choose what you would like to make public)