Employers receive an average of 60 applicants for every advertisement for a low-skilled job, and 20 for every skilled job.
Significantly, almost half of these candidates are perfectly suitable for the role, according to research by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
So that makes your CV – or curriculum vitae – all the more important when attempting to stand out from the crowd. Check out this short article and videos which clarify some of the key points to cover when putting together your own CV:
This next article focuses on building a CV for work in the world of media, but all points discussed are relevant, regardless of which industry you choose:
Here is a good article which also provides some examples of CVs you can use:
Keep coming back here to look for fresh information on how to put together your own perfect CV!