How To Write a Good CV

Your CV is a single most important document when searching for a new job. It doesn't matter how long it is taken to write, the person reading it will take five seconds to form an opinion as well as grabbing the attention of your potential employer. You have to show that you have the necessary skills and competences to do the job. It takes a few simple rule to make sure that you produce a well presented accurate and concise CV that will give you every opportunity to secure interview. The first rule is

1) Write it yourself

You CV needs to represent you and the language you use. You will will be expected to discuss your CV at an interview. The best way to layout a CV is to start with your name and contact details. Your date of birth is not necessary neither your nationality or marital status.
This is the critical part of the CV. Some people think a personal profile is the best way to make that all inportant positive impression. Sometimes it is and sometimes it has the opposite effect.

2) Personal Profile

This is the critical part of the CV. Some people think a personal profile is the best way to make that all important positive impression. Sometimes it is and sometimes it has the opposite effect.

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This is the critical part of the CV. Some people think a personal profile is the best way to make that all inportant positive impression. Sometimes it is and sometimes it has the opposite effect.

3 Key Achievements

One of the most important part of your CV is a section that charts your key achievements. Put it first and backup your achievements with compelling facts.

4) Employment History

So your employment history comes next. Include job titles and dates and put the most recent first also include a description of your duties and responsibilities. Include precise details these will make your skills tangible.

5) Education and Qualification

Then comes your education and qualifications again most recent first. Start with your most relevant professional qualification for the job then give the full title of your degree.

6) Training
7) Interests and Hobbies
8) References

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