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How to Write a KILLER CV: Job Interview Guaranteed

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How to Write a KILLER CV: Job Interview Guaranteed

Your CV and a Cover Letter are the first things that the employer sees when scanning your job application. So, you must make some careful considerations when writing such important documents.
The following are some of the things you must consider when drafting your curriculum vitae.
1. Do not bombard the recruiter with fancy English
A CV shall be written in a plain and easy to understand language. If you use some fancy words, that might work against you because if the recruiter does not understand them, they will not call you for clarity, they will just throw your CV away. So, use plain English that can be easily understood.





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2. Arrange your qualifications as per the latest to the old one
What is the use of starting your CV with information about a training or certificate you obtained 20 years ago while you have just acquired a qualification recently. So, it is wise to list your qualifications from the recent ones to the older ones. This way, the employer will see that you still have some “fresh” information.
3. Your job experiences should follow the recent to old order
Your work experiences shall be listed from the recent one to the older ones. This way,the employer will see that your experiences might still be useful if they are of recent period.
4. Update your CV every time you attend some training
Whenever you get some training, be it formal or informal, it adds up some wait on you CV. So, update your CV each time you obtain some trainings.
5. Your references must be people who you trust will recommend you not the other way round.
When listing your references on your CV, make sure that they are people you trust that they will recommend you. That is the main reason why we must have references on our CVs.
I hope that this has given you some light and your next CV will be a killer one.
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