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Tips on Resume or CV Writing Skills

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A Focused CV is the Best Way to get your new Potential Boss
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A focused CV is the best way to get your new potential boss
to notice you. If you stand apart from the crowd with your CV, there's a good
chance your new job will be just an interview away!



 



How do I start to write
my CV?



 



When you look at the classifieds section of the paper, or
read the jobs notice board, make sure you read the advertisement carefully.
Decide what aspects of your personality, qualifications, skills and experience
you can offer to this new job/career.



 



Write these down in a list and use strong "action
words" - for example: "I am organised, efficient, and hard-working; I
have managed and coordinated events and people. I studied and achieved personal
and professional excellence and completed a degree in ..."



 



If you do not have a clear idea of the message you would
like to convey (Are you a dynamic individual? Do you have years of experience
in this profession? Are you someone who works well under pressure?), don’t
start writing, but think again. Make sure you have at least 10 - 20 points on
your list.



 



Remember: Be precise and critical. Don’t overdo things by
presenting everything about yourself that you can think of. Nobody expects or
even wants that – so don’t.



 



How much should I
include in my CV?



 



A CV should be personal, but it is not a biography. Nor is
it a paragraph, or even a novel, in which you tell the story of your
professional life. Leave out personal information that is not relevant to the
position. For example, the boss doesn't need to know whether you are married or
not.



 



What should I say
about myself?



 



Be truthful. By being so, you show confidence in yourself
and your achievements - this is especially useful when it comes to sitting
through an interview. For example, you cannot speak about your experience as a
nuclear scientist if you barely passed your science metric.



 



A few don’ts:



·        
Don't lie.



·        
Don't exaggerate.



·        
Don't make promises you cannot live up to.



·        
Don't put in details that are not relevant to
the job you are applying for (for example, what sports and hobbies you enjoy).



 



How do I write it all
out?



 



    Think how you want
to structure the selection you have made of relevant aspects. When summing up,
use bullets.



 



    Phrase your CV in
positive language. It helps if you write short, active sentences and avoid too
many adjectives.



 



    Start with your
best achievements that match the crucial job requirements. Don't tell the
employer how they can help you, but rather point out how you can help them.



 



    Emphasise your
business-related experience, the wider the better. If you have good working
relationships with experts in the field, check with them if you may use them as
your references.



 



    Ask for advice
before sending your CV. Get someone you know in a related field to read it. Be
prepared to revise your text. Check your grammar and spelling.



 



    Test your CV by
applying for several positions, on your level, but also a bit higher up the
ladder. That’s how you really get to know the market and your worth.



 



Do I use the same CV
for every job I apply for?



 



Ideally, Your CV should be tailor-made. Therefore, when
applying for different jobs with basically the same CV, you should nevertheless
adapt it to each particular position, using variations on your theme.



 



Use key elements of the employer’s advertisement to show
that you have understood him/her. Use your CV to get over the doorstep and into
the interview. There you will have ample opportunity to speak more about your
achievements.



 



Most importantly, DON'T GET DISCOURAGED! For every 100 CVs
you send out you may get only 10 interviews, and for every ten interviews only
one job. But the right one is out there waiting for you. Stay determined and
focused and you'll reap the rewards.



 



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