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a few tips for maximising your chances of getting noticed
by prospective employers:
it short! Make sure your CV is no longer than 2 pages. Longer
CVs tend to be the first to be rejected by many busy employers.
If your CV has to be longer, then make sure all your critical
infomation is on page 1.
Keep it simple! Employers will generally be uninterested in
your best 100 metres time at school unless it was a national
record! If in doubt, leave it out.
Structure - Write your CV in a logical order. Here's a suggested
details (eg. car, date of birth, marital status etc)
history (in reverse chronological order, most recent job
first,give the location, key responsibilities and achievements
for each position)
CV should tantalise an employer, leaving them wanting to know
Keep your CV up to date.
Keep your CV on a floppy disk
Write your CV using a standard word processor package, eg.
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