Being selective with your CV: What to include

When writing your CV, you must be picky with what you include. It is important to tailor your CV for each job application you make, but what exactly should and shouldn’t be on there? CK can help you be selective with these tips.

Avoid sounding hesitant

Writing a CV that contains an essence of hesitancy will hinder your application, as employers are interested in candidates that are enthusiastic about the role on offer, as well as the company. Even if you are not 100% sure that you would like to focus your career on a specific area or develop in a particular direction with the company, you should avoid making this apparent in your CV. It is useful to showcase each experience in a way that works for the job in question, and make it clear why the company appeals to you.

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