Monday, 14 November 2016

Get your CV on top of the pile

It’s time to write that winning resume. Here are some basic guidelines.

A poorly written curriculum vitae (CV), despite the glowing achievements it may contain, will almost certainly create a negative first impression on a potential employer. After all, your CV is the initial point of contact companies have for judging how well you present yourself. Here are some basic guidelines to create the best line of communication.

Watch your length
List personal information
Order your content
Prioritize your past experience
Include professional and academic qualifications
Remember your language skills
Concentrate on skills when applying for an overseas position
Limit personal interests
Provide detailed references
Double check and triple check

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