Posted by Antoine

Improved User Interface

We're proud to announce a brand new user interface to create and update your NetCV !

This new interface brings you a new dashboard where you can review your CV status and visit trends, in addition to a new tool : the CV creator.

The CV creator provides you a fast and easy way to edit your NetCV in real time.

We're waiting for you feedbacks.

Posted by Helene

Happy New Year 2010

The NetCV team wishes you a happy New Year 2010. All our best wishes of success in both your personal and profesionnal lives.

This year, we'll still be on your side to provide the best online tools to manage your public profile.

NetCV will keep on providing you new services to ease your job search. You will find soon a new interface for creating and editing your NetCV (the CV Creator) as well as targeted job offers.

Feel free to send us your ideas using the contact form.

Posted by Helene

What's new for 2009 return


It’s not because we aren’t at school anymore that we aren’t concerned. Back to school is the leitmotif these days... And for us, men and women in the workplace (or almost), there’s no back to work perhaps?

Yes, there is, and sometimes twice a day even! Whether you’re a student seeking a job for the academic year, a recent graduate looking for a first experience or experienced worker open to opportunities, it’s time to update your CV. I invite you to check on the "advice" section of for this part, resume writing is not my purpose today.

What I’d like to draw your attention to are all the opportunities available to you, whatever your situation is and even in times of crisis. We heard this word so much this year we feel very down and we almost forget that there are still opportunities to find our first job or to develop our career. So, let’s make a small review of this 2009 return. 


Young graduates: future is yours

Sectors such as banking, insurance, industry and supermarkets, certainly affected by the crisis, still hire. Various profiles are searched and all odds are yours with your new degrees! Other areas are still untouched by the crisis (food-industry, construction trades and sustainable development trades) are seeking new employees. So trust! Operate your network, go and meet recruiters in student forums or trade shows, use press or Internet (a wealth of job opportunities) and track your applications... 


Experienced workers: time for questioning 

After a first work experience or a several year career, urge to move might begin to be felt... It’s true that sometimes we tend to take pleasure in our routine and then we come back from vacation and say: “Oh no, no, no, I’m still not well-motivated!” The first thing is: do not panic. Then, take a big blow. That's it, we can take things easily. And, yes, this isn’t because we’ve got a "good job", "stable", "and well paid" that we don’t feel the need to go see a little further what’s happening. And to start, this cosy position, do we still look alike? Does getting it always feel good? Not that much actually. But ... you’ll tell me: "My neighbour, Mr X, lost his job, so I should be happy to have an office where I can go every morning." Certainly, yes, but, if you go backwards then, it doesn’t make any sense. It might be time to think about changing service, employer (sure you can!) or even change job (and why not redeployment!). Back to work, it's time for you to take stock. You took a step back for a few days off, and now it's time to think and make decisions. This may simply be to get your CV updated and put you in professional watch. You can help social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter or FriendFeed where you can put a link to your NetCV. However: watch your image! I’ll go back over this subject in a later article, but till now, it’s good to know that what is available to recruiters must show you as you are but give of your best! You can also actively look for a new job either in your own company or in another one. For this, you must "go to the front." Meet your supervisor or human resources manager, see the lists of positions available and subscribe to job alerts.  


For all: the motto 

Be motivated! Whether in writing your CV or your application letter or during a job interview or even during an appointment with your supervisor, show your commitment, your desire to learn and evolve. All positive attitudes are welcome and it makes work more enjoyable... 


With all this in mind, I wish you all a very good back in work 2009, either it’s full of change or not. And why not finding a job in a foreign country? To think ... I'll tell you more next time! 


Posted by Helene

NetCV blog rejuvenation


Dear readers of NetCV’s blog,

I am delighted to meet you! We told you earlier, 2009 will be a year full of change (a true revolution!) for NetCV and one of them is this brand-new blog.

After years of valuable technical information, it’s time to move on! I’ll let technical updates to the development teams and, as for me, every week I’ll bring you news and advices to help you in your job hunt and keep you informed. To make this blog as interactive as possible, all comments, remarks, suggestions for themes are welcome. This page is yours!

We’ll quickly publish a Q/A section, where some of your questions to NetCV (asked via the contact form) will appear on the blog anonymously so as to benefit the entire NetCV’s community.

See you soon on the NetCV blog!


Posted by Antoine

NetCV : Faster and better

The NetCV team is proud to announce a new server architecture which will improve the user experience on the site as the service is gonna be way faster.

There should still be some glitches around but we'll fix them as fast as possible.

We are waiting for your feedbacks.


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