Writing the Perfect CV!

Writing a resume of high standard is crucial when applying for a job. With a good CV, you have the ability to stand out from your competition and increase the likelihood of you being chosen for an interview. In this article, we give you some tips to consider when writing your CV.

  • Start with the basic information but do not go into great detail. Include information such as, full name, date of birth, address, nationality and contact information.
  • After the basic information is done, write a personal statement, highlighting your objectives and attributes. Do not make this section too long, but with enough detail to introduce yourself to the employer and potentially impress him.
  • The next is the skills section, where you mention all the skills you have that you think might enhance the probability of you being chosen. Include skills such as languages and any other job-related sills you have. Also, do not forget any adaptive skills depending on the type of job.
  • The next step is the experience section, and also one of the most important. Here you mention your previous work experiences. Present your past or current jobs and include any details that might help, such as your roles and responsibilities during that particular job.
  • The qualifications section is as important as the previous one. In this section, you get to mention any qualifications, awards and/or certificates you earned that you believe can be relatable to the job or that might give you a competitive advantage over other applicants.
  • Personalise the CV according to the type of company/job you want to apply for. This provides the ability to tailor your application in the best way possible.
  • Do not forget to keep it updated! Do not give the impression that you just found your last CV and sent it. Take time to perfect it and ensure it is up to date.
  • Last but not least, it is recommended to have someone proof read your resume in order to make sure you have no vocabulary mistakes and a good layout.

Good luck!

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