The following are tips on how best to create your C.V. ...
Start strong !
Start with a summary of your skills and key accomplishments. This will attract the recruiter and grab their attention from the outset. This personal profile is an important part of your CV.
Emphasize results rather than responsibilities
Instead of just listing your past responsibilities, make your CV stand out by emphasizing your results.
Customize for the job you want
Respond directly to the job description and explain exactly why you are the candidate for the role.
Employers want candidates to understand the role they are applying for.
It might take longer for you to write your CV, especially when applying for a large number of roles, but it if it helps you to find your perfect position then it is time well spent!
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Highlight changes and growth
In your CV you should focus on your personal development. This will show the recruiter that you have learnt a lot from your past positions, and that you are committed to learning and expanding your skill set.
Demonstrate that you are connected
Make sure this comes through, networking displays that you have strong communication skills and this is something that employers value greatly.
Show industry insight
You will be a lot more attractive to employers if you are able to demonstrate knowledge of the industry, so make sure you are up to date with any news and industry changes.
Use power words
Using power words will emphasize your accomplishments and will give your CV additional impact.
Many companies use database software to filter out candidates out who don’t use certain key words, so make sure you study the job description and know what the recruiter is looking for.