Looking for a bilingual job? Publish a bilingual resume. Show your audible bilingual skills on a bilingual video resume

Applying for a job that require bilingual skills, don’t just send them your written resume, attach a video resume, demonstrating your bilingual skills.

So many employers who are looking for bilingual employees are now using the free job posing video app, CazVid. It is the only, completely free job board app, that is a video-based, where all applicants record a 30 second video resume and all employers record a 30-second job opening in a video format.

So if you look for a bilingual job, make sure you go to the CazVid app, and upload your bilingual video resume.  However, even if you found a job opening on another portal, and you need to send a written resume, make sure you send your bilingual video resume.

What to say on your video resume?

Well, its not what you say, it is how you say it.

First, keep your bilingual video resume to 30 seconds or less.

Second, make sure you spend 10 seconds speaking one language and another 10 seconds speaking in another language.

Everyone can say on their written resume that they are bilingual, but a video resume can demonstrate your accent, proficiency and confidence while communicating in multiple languages.

In all of your bilingual video resumes, keep is short, and explain who you are:

  1. what’s your name and where are you located?
  2. What type of position you are looking for?
  3. Are you willing to relocate?
  4. Are you looking for an office-based or location-based position, or you prefer a remote position?
  5. FINALLY, as mentioned before, speak in one language for 10 seconds, and speak in another language for another 10 seconds.

Once you recorded your bilingual resume, publish it on all free video resume databases you can find, like the CazVid app and any others.  Bilingual employees are in high demand.  Make sure you are being seeing on the CazVid free bilingual video resume platform.

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