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How To Write A Curriculum Vitae - Our Comprehensive Guide To Writing Your CV

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When you first get started, it’s difficult to know exactly how to create a CV. We often see hundreds of CVs per day and some certainly make our job a lot easier than others. Here, we will give you some CV tips from a recruiter’s point of view, helping you increase your chances of a successful job application. Afterall, your Curriculum Vitae is your chance to give a winning first impression to a prospective employer.

Follow the links below to navigate through our full and comprehensive guide on how to write a CV.

  1. Intro.
  2. The importance of writing your own CV.
  3. How should I format my CV?
  4. What should I include in my CV?
  5. Personal Details.
  6. How do I write a Personal Profile for my CV?
  7. The Key Skills & Achievements Section of a CV.
  8. How to write an Employment History / Career History of a CV
  9. How to write the Education Section of your CV.
  10. What should I include in the Extracurricular Activities (Hobbies and Interests) section of my CV?
  11. What makes you unique? Writing a CV to be remembered.

If you follow our comprehensive guide, you will be able to create a simple and effective CV that clearly communicates to your prospective employer exactly why they should hire you. Remember to amend your CV for each job vacancy that you apply for and proof read it every time.

If you now have a finished CV, head over to our job vacancies to see whether your next career is waiting for you there!

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