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Here’s some things to think about when writing your CV:

1. You don’t get a second chance at making a first impression. Your CV is the very first impression of you that a future employer will get, so take your time when writing your CV. ALWAYS spell check and ideally get someone else to read through it.

2. Remember your CV is a marketing tool and the product it is marketing is you! Emphasise your career highlights and educational achievements. Include anything you have done above and beyond the remit of your job role.

3. Be clear and concise! For each position, clearly indicate the company name, your job title and the date you worked. Don’t write big paragraphs for each role! Bullet points draw in the reader’s eye so use them to indicate the tasks and duties you carried out in each position.

4. Don’t go into too much detail about your personal life. It’s fine to include information about hobbies and interests, but not details about pets and children!

5. Keep your CV to 2 or 3 pages in length. If it’s longer then the reader will lose interest, and anything shorter may miss out important detail.

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