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What information should a CV include?
*Most CVs start with these but take care to avoid
superfluous details, such as religious affiliation, children's names and so on.
Education and qualifications.
*Take care to include the names of institutions
and dates attended in reverse order; university before school results.
* The most widely accepted style of employment
record is the chronological CV. Career history is presented in reverse date order starting with
most recent. Achievements and responsibilities are listed against each role.
*More emphasis/information should be put on more recent jobs.
A functional CV can sometimes be more appropriate, for example if you have held a number of unrelated jobs.
* This presentation emphasises key skills which
can be grouped together under suitable headings. However, career progression and the nature
of jobs held can be unclear with this type of CV. Skills.
*Include computer skills and (genuine) foreign language skills and any other recent
training/development that is relevant to the role applied for.
Hobbies and Interests. Keep this section short. Referees. These can simply be Available
on request'. The order in which you present these, and
the emphasis which you give to each one will depend on what you are
applying for and what you have to offer.
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