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It is perfectly normal to ‘tweak’ your CV when making an application. There will always be elements of your skills and experience that are of particularly relevance to a job specification. Moving a line or two up the page to a more prominent position is very much the norm if you believe it’s of importance. Almost everyone does this.
If you’re looking for a long, rewarding career, bookkeeping could be for you. Bookkeepers keep accurate records of businesses’ in-goings and outgoings. They often work closely alongside accountants; with whom they have a mutually-beneficially relationship. All companies have in-goings and outgoings, and all companies are legally obliged to keep records of them. This means that there are nearly always various job opportunities for bookkeepers at any one time. If you do wish to become a bookkeeper, or at least think there’s a chance this could be the career for you, it could be wise to approach an educational organisation to see what they have to offer.
The existence of a substantial gap in average salary between men and women has long been acknowledged, however recent evidence suggests that the issue could be prevalent before men and women even enter the workplace.