Keep it short and sweet - your CV should be no more than two pages long.
Tailor it to the job you’re applying for - make sure to highlight the skills and experience that are most relevant to the role you’re interested in.
use clear headings and bullet points to break up your text and make it easy for recruiters to skim-read.
Use simple, professional language - avoid using jargon or overly complex sentence structures.
Check your grammar and spelling - errors in your CV will not make a good impression!
Use positive language - focus on your achievements rather than listing your responsibilities.
Highlight your key skills - use action verbs to describe your skills and experience in a way that will catch a recruiter’s eye.
Avoid using generic phrases - instead, use specific examples to demonstrate your skills and experience.
Check the formatting - ensure your CV is easy on the eye by using consistent spacing and clear headings.
Save it as a PDF - this will ensure that your CV retains its formatting when it is viewed on different devices.
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