CV Advice

Your CV should be a document that demonstrates your compatibility for a particular job and company. It should clearly show how your profile matches the employer’s need, in a focused and well-structured manner.

The CV is a unique selling document, which is an opportunity to make you stand out. The person reading your CV will normally be the person who wrote the job description or advertisement, so if your CV is focused on the information they provided, they will be more likely to shortlist you. The care you take to target, articulate and prioritise your experiences also demonstrates effective written communication skills. The employer will probably scan rather than thoroughly read your CV, so it is vital that the layout makes it easy to navigate. Make sure that your CV gives the reader strong visual signals about how the CV should be read.

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