First impressions count so keep it simple – layout needs to be clear and easy to follow. Get key details on the first page and never let your CV run over more than two sides of A4. Print each page on a separate sheet and on one side only. Your CV is a selling tool so make sure you refer to your work, explaining what you enjoy about it, and make sure that you provide information and examples of
experience, skills or qualifications that relate to the job you are applying for. Emphasize your strong points – your aim is to get a job interview! Be truthful and factual – never makeup qualifications or previous jobs. But don’t just list responsibilities –use your CV to document and highlight your
achievements. Remember to include any voluntary or community work you have done. Try to convey what type of person you are – a CV doesn’t just have to be a list of professional successes. Get your interests across to show that you have a life
outside work. Ensure your CV is error free – get it checked by someone for content, spelling and grammar. A successful CV is fresh and up to date – don’t keep updating- recreate!
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