Most common mistakes made on applications: No. 1
No. 1 of 5: Not being authentic
You need to remember a job application is a small glimpse into who you are, not just why you are applying for a job. The content and format should be reflective of your personal brand, what you value, as well as why you are suitable for the job. Don't try and be someone you are not by submitting a CV, covering letter or short answers that are written based on what you think the firms want to read. Try and let your personality shine through.
Lauren is one of Apportunity’s expert advisers. She is a senior graduate recruiter with over 10 years of experience in top tier law firms and investment banks. Here, she shares her advice for aspiring lawyers on 1 of the top 5 mistakes made by candidates in application forms.