Cartridge World Mansfield takes part in national jobseekers campaign

In an attempt to help local job seekers find employment, the Cartridge World store in Mansfield, is taking part in the national ‘CV Sorted’ campaign and is offering to print up to 10 copies of each customer’s CV free of charge until Saturday 31st March 2012.

With official UK unemployment figures totalling more than 2.6 million and experts predicting this figure will hit almost three million by 2016, Cartridge World has launched the ‘CV Sorted’ campaign to help the nation’s unemployed find work.

Pauline Doherty, store manager at Cartridge World Mansfield, said: “We recognise that the job market is tough, with fierce competition for most vacancies and that people looking for work need all the help they can get, which is why we’re offering our customers this free service.

“Local residents have been overwhelmingly receptive to the campaign so far. We’re encouraging customers to come in store and take advantage of this free service. Simply bring your CV to the store and we will happily print it for free.”

John Richardson, UK Chairman for Cartridge World, said: “Unemployment is a crucial problem facing our economy today and printing CVs is one small way we can use our resources to help those who need it. A good CV can immediately make you stand out from the crowd and ensure that your job application moves to the top of the pile.”

Customers have until Saturday 31st March 2012 to take advantage of this service and can either email or visit the store on Churchside with their CV on a CD. The free CV printing service is limited to 10 A4 sheets per customer.

Customers can also visit the Cartridge World Job Page which contains top tips and advice for job seekers.