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WordDefinitionTranslationWord in contextVocabulary buildingExamples 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