How to make your CV stand out

How to make your CV stand out

By ResumeKraft

Making your CV stand out can be a daunting task, especially in a competitive job market.

Top 12 tips

Make sure your CV is concise and to the point. It should be no longer than two pages, and should be tailored for each job application.

1. CV is concise point

Showcase your accomplishments so your potential employers can see why you are the best candidate for the job.

2. Highlight your achievements

Avoid jargon or technical terms, and instead focus on writing in a clear, concise manner.

3. Keep the language 

It’s important to tailor your CV for each job you apply for, highlighting the most relevant skills and experiences.

4. Customize your CV

Make sure there are no typos or grammatical errors, as these can make a bad impression.

5. Proofread and edit your CV

Simple fonts like Arial and Calibri look more professional while using columns and boxes can help to break up the page and make it easier to read.

6. Use a professional font

Include a short summary of yourself at the start of your CV, including any relevant hobbies or interests.

7. Add a personal touch

Quantifying your accomplishments with numbers can help to demonstrate how successful you have been.

8. Use numbers

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