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CV's Do's and Don'ts
Carefully and clearly presented
Sweet-spot - the upper-middle of the first page is where the reader's eye naturally falls
Employers check what you say - don't lie
Never send a photo unless asked
Tailor your CV to the role advertised
Mention key skills that will help you to stand out from the crowd.
Use examples of problem-solving, responsibility and team work
Send accompanying covering letter or email
References should be real, from someone who has employed you in the past and can vouch for your skills and experience.
90% of CVs have errors. Double-check facts and spelling. Explain gaps in employment history.
Have at least 5 people proof-read your CV - Listen to their feedback and suggestions