Your CV is of vital importance if you wish to present yourself successfully  in the job market. A good CV will substantially boost your chances of securing  an interview by marketing relevant skills, experience and value to a potential
employer. There are no right or wrongs when it comes to writing a CV as  each one will be as individual as the person writing it. Do not copy standard  CV samples! Your CV should be your own and reflect your talents and personality.  However, it is important to follow a few basic principles to ensure you  present the information in a clear, concise and effective manner.

Personal details – include your name, address and phone numbers.  If your name does not obviously show if you are male or female, please make  this clear. Add an email address if it is checked regularly. Details of  your nationality and date of birth would be appreciated but are not compulsory.

Work experience – list your work experience using short, straightforward  sentences. You list your most recent experience first and continue from  there. Make sure you give the name of your employer, job title, and most  importantly, your tasks and responsibilities. Part-time work experience  should also be included.

As well as describing the job, point out any additional qualities gained  during your employment. For a clean, well-organized look, use bullet points.

Education – Briefly list the details of your qualifications. Highest  level of attainment/ current degree should be listed first. Include type  of degree, name of University, location and (anticipated) date of graduation.  List other degrees, relevant higher education coursework, ongoing professional  education/training courses and study abroad.

Skills – include specific skills such as IT skills and languages. Make  sure you include your current level of spoken/written fluency as well.

References – it is customary, although not obligatory, to provide names  and contact details of two referees. Graduates  and those with limited work experience can list college lecturers, teachers or managers during work experience. Be sure to contact your referees in advance, so they will be prepared.

Hobbies – details of hobbies is optional. It can provide your employer with a more complete picture of your personal qualities but do not overdo it. Do not use a long list of hobbies to cover up a lack of work experience.

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