Selecting the right CV to highlight your skills and experiences is extremely important. Find out which type would be the most effective for you
People often create one CV and then send this out regardless of the job or employer. This is a mistake and it could lead to you missing out on an interview invitation, or even a job offer.
Tailoring your CV is essential and so the more effort you put into it the better. The CV must highlight skills which match the recruiter's needs and sometimes you may need to employ a different CV template to achieve this.
The main types of CV are…
To find out how to market a PhD effectively, see your PhD, what next? If you're a postgraduate but not looking for an academic career, your CV should follow an alternative layout.
If you are a student, ask your university careers and employability service to check your CV and cover letter for you.
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