How I Make a Good C.V To Get A Job

How I Make a Good C.V  To Get A Job

  • I aM fresh graduated

  • include your picture , degree. add something about  you tharmakes yourself noticeable in your heading g (motivations etc!)

  • It must look professional and concise. See the requirements for the jobs you want to apply and try to include experiences (even if in class or research or hobby or volunteer) that match or add something to the skills. Do not lie, do not exaggerate, do not add pictures, do not use colors and do not add your picture to the CV. Given your experience, it should take less than a page.

  • Must include your academic accomplishments; But should also have a picture of yourself, and something Quirky/different to help you be remembered.  Also make sure you have a regular resume too!  

  • Check our career develop offices at school(s) you've attended or public libraries for resource & personnel who might review your efforts. There's lots to include, even more to exclude, proper working, jargon to avoid, ways to focus attention on your qualifications vs others. Good luck.

  • I would focus less on the CV and more on developing and showcasing the skills you need to get the job you want. As long as you can hit the keywords that automated systems look for in resumes/CVs to get the first interview, the resume/CV is good enough.

  • Make sure you tailor your CV to each job.

  • Go nuts on the graphics and the fonts. Additionally it helps to actually HAVE some accomplishments to list, just so you all know...

  • First thing to do, think of it from perspective of person who is reading it at the company.  Highlight not just education but skills that would make you stand out as a potential employee, including if you speak another language.

  • Here are some tips to help you create a strong CV that will make you stand out to potential employers:

    1. Tailor your CV to the job: Read the job description carefully and make sure your CV highlights the skills and experience that are most relevant to the position.

    2. Use a clear, easy-to-read format: Your CV should be well-organized and easy to skim-read. Use bullet points to break up long paragraphs and use a legible font size and style.

    3. Start with a strong personal statement: This should be a brief summary of your skills and experience, and a statement of your career goals.

    4. Highlight your achievements: Use specific examples to demonstrate your accomplishments, rather than just listing your duties. For example, instead of saying "Managed a team of sales associates," you could say "Increased sales revenue by 20% through effective team management."

    5. Use keywords: Many employers use software to scan CVs for keywords that match the job description. Make sure you include relevant keywords throughout your CV.

    6. Be concise: Your CV should be no more than two pages long, so be selective about the information you include. Focus on your most impressive achievements and skills.

    7. Include your education and qualifications: List your education and any relevant qualifications or certifications, including the institution you attended, the dates you attended, and any honors or awards you received.

    8. Provide references: Include contact information for two or three professional references who can speak to your skills and experience.

    Remember to proofread your CV carefully and ask a trusted friend or mentor to review it before you submit it. A well-crafted CV can help you make a strong impression on potential employers and increase your chances of landing the job you want. Good luck!