Increased Interest in Sales Jobs Sparked by The Apprentice Thursday 5 June 2008 PDF Print Fleet, Hampshire: CV-Library.co.uk, an online job site and CV database, has today reported that it has identified a noticeable rise in job seekers applying for positions in the cut-throat - but potentially lucrative -industry of sales since the start of the current series of ‘The Apprentice’. Over 4 million jobs are searched for each month at CV-Library.co.uk, with sales positions now taking a leading position in the search criteria; providing an interesting insight into what employers are looking for in prospective employees – motivation, determination and a will to succeed. CV-Library Director Lee Biggins said: “Companies are increasingly turning to job sites to headhunt potential talent, so if you’re thinking of breaking into sales, the ability to sell yourself well in your CV could be your off-screen chance to land yourself that dream job.” Although securing a job in an attractive sales environment may seem like an opportunity that can only be reached through a reality show such as The Apprentice, according to CV-library.co.uk there are in fact thousands of sales positions across the country crying out for talented individuals - “as long as you have the confidence, drive and honesty to get through the gruelling interview process,” Biggins added. To find out more about CV-Library and sales jobs visit www.cv-library.co.uk About CV-Library CV-Library was founded in September 2000 by Lee Biggins and Brian Wakem. The company focuses on 90 industries across the UK. For further information please contact: Clare Shephard maillot jaune communications email@example.com tel: 07736 793332 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Maillot Jaune Communications in the following categories: Leisure & Hobbies, Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Education & Human Resources, Media & Marketing, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.