A CV is the candidate’s first visual self-presentation which, in a way, can be compared to an extended business card. A CV written in a proper way may serve as an additional attraction tool for your would-be-manager.
Try to structure your CV by arranging the data in different sub-headings: wished position, education, work experience, professional skills, achievements, personal capabilities, contact information, etc. Use precise and distinct wordings to describe your profile.
The exact facts you refer to in your CV will enable to make an unbiased evaluation of your employment history and to shorten the time for providing you with feedback on your application. Describe your work-related achievements to date and optionally the reasons for changing jobs. This would allow the hiring party to better understand the logic of your career progression.
Sometimes you may find it difficult to make an objective assessment of your own CV. In this case we would recommend you to request a third party’s opinion. Ask your friends to read your CV and to provide constructive feedback on the content.
You have applied for a vacancy and received an invitation for the interview? Congratulations! You have made one more step in your professional and career development. However, before meeting your potential manager or a recruitment specialist there is one more important step — preparation for the job interview.