The CV is your life summarized in one page and is the platform for your first step into the professional world. It should detail the course of your studies, your professional experience and your experiences that reveal your personality. With it, you have to understand who you are and why you are suited to the position to which you are applying. Please note that your CV is complementary to your cover letter. The cover letter is factual and summarizes your background, it is not necessary to put too much emphasis on all of your experience or education. It should give a taster of your greatness and touch on some important aspects of your application.
The style of your resume should be:
- Single Spacing
- Minus Spelling Mistakes
- Light and Airy
- Should Conform To Reality
- Sentenced Should With Syntax Good
- Cv And Cvoer Leter Shuold Be Proff Red Befor Sending
- Two Pages Maximum
Mention your training and professional experience. Give indisputable references, training or experience to inform the recruiter about your development, environment experience and skills. Above all, a recruiter seeks to discover all the skills in a candidate, all his/her qualifications or experience, so you must provide a framework for them. Writing these in a chronological order is a good idea. The latest jobs, experiences or studies must be the first to appear. This is so the recruiter knows immediately what your last job, or diplomas were.
For writing a resume, you must first make an assessment of your qualifications and additional training, as well as your professional experiences. You will then be wise to consider sorting out experiences that are unrelated to your future employment and leaving them out (or till the end at least).
A recruiter likes to discern your value based on your experience related to what kind of career you are heading for. Enter your company name, the name of the position held, length of experience, duties, and if possible the results obtained for each of your duties.
It has become essential to have control of one or more software(s), most usually the most popular Microsoft software. Cite one by one: Excel, Word, Power Point, Photoshop, SPSS, etc. Since you are reading this page, you can also add “Internet Literacy” to your CV.
The structure of the page
Top left put your full name and address, your marital status or military status or country of origin if you like. Putting your photo on the right is getting very popular with recruiters and will often put you above the applicants that did not bother to put one on. Put on a nice generic photo, not of your birthday or holiday.
Regarding the title, write in your name and then the name of the position to which you are applying, although whether you do this is mostly a question of taste.