This role have enabled me to develop a valuable and transferable skill set which stands me in good stead for a Sales Manager role.” The best way to structure your personal statement is to answer the following questions: • Why does this role interest you? • Do you have any previous jobs or training that relate to this line of work?• A highly creative broadcast professional who has recently completed their masters in videography in addition to four years’ experience across digital media.
Think of it as a bite-sized blurb that sums up who you are.
Examples: • A broadcast professional with five years’ experience working in digital media.
For instance, if you don’t have any practical work experience, you can always touch on your academic accomplishments or transferable skills gleaned over the years.
Start your personal statement with a brief professional summary about yourself.
Looking to start my career in journalism in a role where I can build on the skills gained at university and through my editorial experience.” Your personal statement should include a brief overview of who you are, your strengths and any work experience and/or education you’ve got.
Be sure to include skills you’ve gained, such as time management, customer service, teamwork, computer skills etc.
Possessing good written and verbal communication and an interest in engineering which has spanned my lifetime with a particular passion for electrics.
For my GCSE Design & Technology project, I built a working calculator and was awarded an A*.
Make sure you don’t clutter it up with boring business speak, and banish clichés such as ‘hard worker’ and ‘works well individually or as part of a team’.
Even if you have little-to-no work experience, you can find other ways to sell yourself, include your hobbies and interests that demonstrate skills which are relevant to the job you’re applying for: • Captain of school hockey team (shows leadership) • Volunteer/community work (shows you’re proactive) • Visiting art galleries and museums (if applying for a job in something relevant…) Likewise, steer clear of any personal information that isn’t relevant to the role you’re applying for. • “Enthusiastic school leaver with five GCSEs looking for an apprenticeship in the engineering field.