CV Template – Graduate

On paper – literally – writing a CV should be easy: you know where you’ve worked, what you’ve achieved, what you’re qualified for, you know what makes <<you>> desirable to prospective employers. But are you covering everything you need to? What order should your sections go in? What sections do you even include?

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We consulted James Innes, Chairman of The CV Centre and author of The CV Book, for his advice.

CV Template – Employed

Writing a CV should be easy: you know where you’ve worked, what you’ve achieved, what you’re qualified for, you know what makes <<you>> desirable to prospective employers. But are you covering everything you need to? What order should your sections go in? What sections do you even include?

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We consulted James Innes, Chairman of The CV Centre and author of The CV book, for his advice.

CV Template – Unemployed

On paper – literally – writing a CV should be easy: you know where you’ve worked, what you’ve achieved, what you’re qualified for, you know what makes <<you>> desirable to prospective employers. But have you covered everything? What order should your sections go in? What sections do you even include? The questions are endless, especially if you’re unemployed.

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We consulted James Innes, Chairman of The CV Centre and author of The CV Book, for his advice.

How to write an IT CV

What’s most important on an IT CV? Technical skills? Experience? Qualifications? We find out how an IT CV differs from those in other industries and how to write a CV that won’t get you deleted from a recruiter’s database. Take a look at Jobsite’s IT vacancies and then put your IT CV skills to the test.

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Never the same CV twice

The most important thing to remember with CVs is that, like a covering letter, every one you submit should be tailored to a specific job. Whether you’re a recent graduate or an

5 Common CV mistakes

The UK job market is a competitive place, meaning getting yourself noticed by a potential employer is a challenge. Invest some time in creating a professional CV that will stand out and get you through to the all-important interview.

Often employers are faced with a pile of CV’s and insufficient time to read each one in detail, make sure yours has all the key points easily jumping off the page, and avoid these common mistakes -