How To Make A CV: What Your CV Must Be to Attract Clients

There is actually no such thing as right or wrong ‘curriculum vitae’ since it’s not a legal document. But the mere fact that your destiny in job hunting relies in this piece or sheets of paper, how can you not afford to be right? For sure you would want to be right and land the job that suits you!   Again, there is no sole “right ” way of writing and presenting a CV. But take note, read the following, these general rules may  apply… Make very sure that you target the specific job. You have to specifically know  what particular  career area that  you are applying. This will enable to bring out the necessary or relevant skills you must offer. Make sure that the curriculum vitae is carefully and clearly expressed,  logically presented, easy to read and comprehensive Make sure that your CV or resume is informative but not necessarily long. It needs to be capsulated already! Make sure that the information presented is Meaning, right and correct in content, grammar and spelling of course! If you said attention to detail or highlight as a skill, make sure that your spelling & grammar is perfect! One survey of employers found the following mistakes were most common… According to some employers, the most common mistakes that they read in a CV are the following. You have to know it of course to avoid it! Spelling and grammar Not Suited to the job they are applying for Either too long or too short. The length is not right and with poor work history. Used Poor format, no use or over used of...