If you are applying for a job in France you will probably need to send your CV and application letter in French, even if the job specifies an English speaker.
You may also want to make a good impression, and first impressions usually count a lot in the job market, so ensure that you get a head-start with a faultless translation in the correct format.
French CV’s are set out slightly different to English or American CVs, so too are application letters, which are usually very formal.
You may speak enough French to get the job, but a sloppy, badly-translated CV won’t even get you into the interview room where you can have the opportunity to sell yourself.
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