There are plenty of common CV mistakes that recruiters see on a regular basis. One of these however is what makes them sigh and move on to the next in the pile.
Job requirements - check. Personal Specifications - check. This is too good to be true right? Time to upload that CV and wait for the phone to start buzzing? Not just yet.
While online CVs share many of the same virtues of the traditional paper format, there are a few subtle differences that you should consider.
This video from James Caan will help you understand how to present a strong case for any missing months or years of employment from your CV.
As a designer, you don’t need to worry unnecessarily about your CV being visually striking; it’s your portfolio that employers will be looking at.
We've pulled together some of the finest elements to help you fine tune and really beef up your CV before applying to that job you really want.
We live in pretty exciting times from a technology view point and some of the CVs out there can get fairly creative. However it's not time to disregard the traditional one just yet.
1 page VS 2 page CV seems to be the age old question when we sit down to re-fresh our CV. Here's a rundown of what's acceptable and when!
Feel like your CV is being lost in an avalanche delivered to your employer of choice. Create and organise your document to make it clear, concise and relevant.
If you're struggling to find the right way to phrase your CV, here are some awesome words you can use to make yours stand out from the crowd.