Just click on the different letters and they will lead you to the according words.
|Word||Definition||Translation||Word in context||Vocabulary building||Examples and remarks|
|k||k stands for “one thousand” when talking about pay.||1000 (in Bezug auf das Gehalt)||The starting salary for this job is £20k p.a. plus benefits.||k is used in the UK and Australia in this context. It comes from the Greek for “thousand” (as in kilogram, kilometre).|
|key skills and experience||The key skills and experience section of a CV is optional, but is highly recommended as it is a summary of the skills and experience you have that are most relevant to the job. It is sometimes also called the key skills and qualifications section.||Schlüsselkompetenzen und - erfahrungen||Remember that the key skills and experience section of your CV should only consist of a brief summary of these points. You should go into more detail about your skills and experience in the Work Experience and Education sections.||The adjective key in this context refers to the most important points or factors. See also skill.|
|keywords||In job applications, keywords are the words that relate to the skills and qualifications an employer is looking for.||Schlagwort||Including relevant keywords in your cover letter is a good way of tailoring the letter to the requirements of a specific job.||If you apply for a job in marketing, the keyword “marketing” and related terms should be used in your CV and cover letter. See also key skills and experience|