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Persuade the employer by providing evidence
1. Tell the truth.

2. Work out what qualifications, experience, and skills are required for the job and think of what you have done that matches those attributes.

3. Be specific, focused, and factual and give full explicit details and provide evidence for any claims you make.

Writing style

1. Make sure the spelling is correct. Check it through a word processor such as Microsoft Word. Get at least two people to check and read your CV.

2. Keep sentences and paragraphs short.

3. Use past tense.

4. A CV should be between 1 and 3 pages long.

Personal Details

1. Make sure the spelling is correct. Check it through a word processor such as Microsoft Word. Get at least two people to check and read your CV.

2. Keep sentences and paragraphs short.

3. Use past tense.

4. A CV should be between 1 and 3 pages long.

Education / Qualifications

1. Where relevant give full details.

2. Include any academic prizes and publications if any.

3. Give more detail to the higher qualifications listed such as degrees and university study.

Experience

1. Describe achievements, not just responsibilities. Show what you achieved for the company during your work there.

2. Don't include reasons for leaving.

3. Only include recent jobs only. What you did 20 years ago will probably not have much relevance today.

4. Include any voluntary or work placement activities. The employer will be interested in the quality of experience whether or not it was paid.

5. When listing your various jobs, include details which illustrate exactly how they have given you the skills which will be useful.

6. Don't belittle or under value your experience. It is up to you to demonstrate how and why they have given you useful skills.

Skills

1. You should include:
a. Languages.
b.Computing skills.
c. Driving ability.
d. Keyboard skills.
e.Membership of relevant clubs or societies.

2. Make sure you list any other skills that will interest an employer if they are relevant.

3. When listing languages make sure you include your level such as fluent, intermediate, or basic. 4. For computing skills make sure you mention the packages you have used such as Microsoft Word.

5. Show your ability to type quickly and accurately.

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