Writing a CV
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CV Tips First of all, there is no such thing as a perfect CV , there are many different ways to write them and depending on your background and skills it needs to be tailored to you.We have put together some tips for you to get started.
Skills Section If you don t have a lot of experience you can put this section in to highlight your skills, you can also change them dependingon the job you are applying for. E.g. communication skills, IT, Organisation. Use these as headings and then write a snappy sentence and try to use academic examples or work experience. Education andQualifications
The CV format The presentation is important and can be achieved in a variety of ways. Presentation includes: headings, sub-headings, font type (usually Times or Arial), size of text(usually 12 for the body), bullet points and indentation, shading, length (normally no more than 2 sides of A4), boxes and lines. Make sure you choose a format and stick to it throughout. It should...