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Dear Friends, do you think you could improve my profile grammaticaly and stylistically? Here it is:
I used to work as an English and German teacher back in Poland. I have been in hospitality industry in the UK and now I am about to change my career and go into IT profession. I am a dynamic and self-motivated graduate with IT and customer service related skills suited to any business environment. I gained outstanding communication skills having worked as a receptionist in five star hotels in London. Excellent organisation, hard working attitude, constant will to learn and my personality allow me to adapt easily and thrive in any work setting.
How does it sound? Do you think I should stick to the template I used to compose it or just be original and write it my own way? Thanks for any suggestions!
Hi, Banderas. I think no job would be worthy of a person possessing such qualities.
Last edited by Clark; 29-Sep-2008 at 12:10. Reason: article
I am a likeable and, at the same time, very reliable person, which makes me suit to any business and customer service environment. After having worked as a receptionist in five star hotels in London I know how to talk with people and how to solve their problems. I love to work hard and have a lot of energy. My constant will to learn and my personality allow me to adapt easily and thrive in any work setting.
Which version is better, Anglika?