Spanish Job Applications & Interviews Flashcards

Spanish Job Applications & Interviews Flashcards
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Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Courses and Seminars
Cursos y Seminarios
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Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Distinctions
Distinciones
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Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Languages
Idiomas
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Translate this piece of personal information, found on el currículum, into Spanish: address
dirección
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When applying for a job in Spanish-speaking countries, identify which you would submit: a resume or a curriculum vitae (CV)
A curriculum vitae (CV). There is no such thing as a resume used in these countries.
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Personal information, a photo, educational background, languages spoken, professional experiences, seminars/conferences attended, and distinctions are all part of _____.
a curriculum, or in Spanish, el currículum
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Translate the following phrase into Spanish: volunteer
voluntario
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Translate the following phrase, often seen in job advertisements, into Spanish: we want to hire ...
se require contratar ...
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Translate the following phrase, often seen in job advertisements, into Spanish: we need ...
se necesita ...
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Flashcard Content Overview

Applying for a job is an important part of the transition to life in a Spanish-speaking country. While you may be well-versed in the application process in the United States, applying in other countries can be somewhat different. Use this set of flashcards to review differences in applying and learn key vocabulary words and important phrases that will assist in making you a standout candidate for a new job in a Spanish-speaking country!

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Translate the following phrase, often seen in job advertisements, into Spanish: we need ...
se necesita ...
Translate the following phrase, often seen in job advertisements, into Spanish: we want to hire ...
se require contratar ...
Translate the following phrase into Spanish: volunteer
voluntario
Personal information, a photo, educational background, languages spoken, professional experiences, seminars/conferences attended, and distinctions are all part of _____.
a curriculum, or in Spanish, el currículum
When applying for a job in Spanish-speaking countries, identify which you would submit: a resume or a curriculum vitae (CV)
A curriculum vitae (CV). There is no such thing as a resume used in these countries.
Translate this piece of personal information, found on el currículum, into Spanish: address
dirección
Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Languages
Idiomas
Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Distinctions
Distinciones
Translate this component of el currículum into Spanish: Courses and Seminars
Cursos y Seminarios
In lieu of completing a section describing your distinctions, you can instead present information about your _____ on your currículum.
conocimiento informático, or computer program knowledge
Translate the following into English: contacto
Connection or contact. When applying, it can be very helpful to have connections or references.
Translate the following words, used to describe language proficiency on your curriculum, into Spanish: beginner, intermediate, fluent
principiante, intermedio, fluido
Translate the following into Spanish: two years ago
hace dos años
Translate the following into Spanish: last year
el año pasado
Translate the following into Spanish: yesterday
ayer
Translate the following into Spanish: I studied ...
Yo estudié ...
Translate the following sentence into Spanish: I wrote the report yesterday.
Yo escribí el informe ayer.
Translate the following into English: convocatoria
Call. This term is often seen as a title in an advertisement that public organizations use to make a request for the submission of curriculum vitaes.

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