CVs are a key part of securing job interviews. Unfortunately, yours is likely to be one in a pile of very similar documents, so here’s some do's and don'ts to make yours stand out for all the right reasons!
Most CVs will include these now - keep it short and relevant. Introduce yourself, what you can offer, and briefly state your career goals.
List in chronological order, with the most recent at the top.
Highlight roles and responsibilities in each of your examples that are especially relevant or transferable to the role you are now applying for.
It’s unlikely that examples more than, say, 10 years old, are going to be relevant.
Education & Qualifications
List in chronological order, most recent first.
If you have a degree, you may benefit from listing some of the most relevant/interesting modules and/or your dissertation topic.
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