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Monday, February 15, 2016


Your CV is the most important tool you have to sell yourself; so how can you make yours stand out?

Don’t sell yourself short

Many professionals think two pages is the maximum length for CVs – but it doesn’t have to be. 

Looks matter

Keep your CV neat and well presented – use readable fonts and logical formatting. 

Always proof read

Double check spelling, grammar and dates –
nothing will undermine you more than simple typos on an otherwise perfect CV. 

Opening statement

Open your CV with a profile that summaries your most relevant experience, qualifications and what role you are ideally looking for next.

Employment and education

List your previous employment history, with your most recent job first. State dates, your job title and the company you worked for. Provide an overview of your main responsibilities for each role
List your educational history and qualifications with the most recent first. 

Skills and hobbies

If you are working in a technical role with measurable experience, such as programming or engineering, then a matrix of your technical skills can be really useful. 

Personal details

Make it easy for your potential employers by giving clear personal and contact details. 
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