To write an effective CV, it is best that these tips are adhered to:
1. Get your basics right
There are no rights or wrongs when writing a CV but there are some significant sections you should cover.
- These include:
- personal and contact information
- educational qualifications
- work history/experience
- industry and products
- relevant skills to the job in question
- own interests
2. Presentation is Key
A good CV is always clear, concise and smartly presented. The layout should be clean and well-structured. Avoid colours, bold formatting and misaligned paragraphs.
Choose a modern and serious font, avoid spelling mistakes and adopt consistent formatting for easy reading.