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Writing the Curriculum Vitae properly - but how?

Writing the Curriculum Vitae properly - but how?

The curriculum vitae is THE main component of every application. For this reason, candidates should invest a lot of time in the preparation of their CV. In the following, we show how a CV should be structured and how digitalisation changes CVs.

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  • Theresa Heinig
Interview with an ARTS colleague - My job as an aircraft mechanic at Sabena Technics

Interview with an ARTS colleague - My job as an aircraft mechanic at Sabena Technics

When employees of ARTS report about their careers, it gets exciting. Numerous professional fields offer a wide range of career opportunities and a challenging working environment. In the current blog Torsten reports about his way to ARTS and his job at Sabena Technics in Bremen.

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  • Theresa Heinig
Interview with ARTS colleague - Job as project manager at DIEHL

Interview with ARTS colleague - Job as project manager at DIEHL

When ARTS employees talk about their careers, it gets exciting. Numerous professional fields offer a wide range of career opportunities and a challenging working environment. In the current blog Kai reports on his way to ARTS and his work at Diehl Aviation Gilching GmbH.

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  • Theresa Heinig
How the Facebook profile doesn't become a job killer

How the Facebook profile doesn't become a job killer

Facebook Jobs transfers almost the entire application process to the social network. The only requirement is a Facebook profile. The following blog will show you how this can be optimally designed in order to convince the personnel manager and which is not appreciated at all, even if the application was not sent via Facebook.

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  • Theresa Heinig
How do engineers of the future work? ©istock/Drazen

How do engineers of the future work?

For a long time, empty production halls were a symbol of the change in industrial production due to technological progress. But digital technologies, with their increasingly shorter innovation cycles, have no longer just taken over manual work that is easily automated. Trends such as robotics and artificial intelligence are competing more and more with people in more complex fields of activity. The working world of engineers is also not unaffected by the digital transformation.