Translating a CV can be an extremely useful service because it can open an individual up to new opportunities and perhaps bring them career success. You may ask ‘but why would they need a CV in a language they do not speak? It’s a relevant point but not every job requires you to have a full fluent language, but a CV does, because if it is not translated correctly then it will not make any sense, which will not be useful in gaining the job you desire.
There are certain aspects which need to be taken into account when translating a CV, such as the locality of the employer reading it as well as the tone. A CV should also not lose its persuasion through a translation, and if it’s done correctly an individual could end up gaining a better job with better rates of pay and more opportunities.
CVs are powerful tools in a job search and they can be even more powerful if they’re translated for different languages. A translated CV essentially opens up the doors for different jobs in different countries and if you’re growing frustrated with the lack of opportunities here in the UK it could be a wise investment.