Best practice for CV:
1 page with most relevant experiences in the beginning
Put name, address and phone number at the top
list experiences chronologically backwards
Languages, Technology: Move from from most to least relevant
highlight different skills, experiences for different Roles
Describe jobs not as a duties, but as a accomplishments, show results
Give examples, which demonstrate desirable personality traits such as leadership, confidence, and independence.
Minimize personal information and omit unrelated memberships, hobbies (except in small doses), age, marital and health status, and information that is repetitious, implicit (e.g., primary school graduation for a college graduate) or out-of-date (e.g., college extracurricular activities if you graduated long ago).
Avoid self-flattering terms such as "highly skilled," "outstanding," "excellent." Describe your
accomplishments effectively and let readers decide for themselves that you are well qualified.
Use action/power verbs and strong adjectives (e.g. instead of ‘performed’ use ‘led’, ‘managed’, ‘established’’)
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