Friday, 07 February 2020 10:24

CV Writing Tips

Your CV is often the very first impression that recruiters and potential employers have of you, the candidate. It is therefore imperative that your CV is an honest reflection of you and your experience. It is also important to ensure that you do the basics well and that attention is paid to the details.  Spell checking, grammar checking, tense checking and a full read through before sending a CV anywhere are a must. One of the most frustrating things for recruiters and employers to come across is a CV full of great experience but also full of mistakes and lazy writing. It undermines what may otherwise be an impressive CV and raises doubts about the candidate. Take your time to get these things right to avoid looking like you have rushed it. 

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