9 Language Tips to Follow When Writing a CV
- Avoid frequently used fonts. Choose something professional, clear and easy to read such as “Arial” or “Times New Roman”. Use a font size between 10 and 12 to ensure potential employers read your CV. Make sure all fonts and font sizes are consistent throughout your CV.
- Section titles are a good way to spread your CV. Make sure they stand making them larger (font size 14).
- Sort everything in reverse chronological order so that the recruiter first looks at your work history and achievements, skills at the end.
- Keep it concise using space and bullet points. This type of CV submission allows potential employers to better understand your CV and quickly select important information first.
- Do not put the term ‘curriculum vitae’ at the top of the page.
- A good CV should have no grammatical errors. Reread your CV after sending it.
- Name your CV with the format «Name Surname CV»
- Make sure your email address sounds professional. If your personal address is inappropriate, create a new account.
- If you are required to present a CV during the interview, print it on A4 white paper. Print only on one side and do not fold the CV – do not want it to be wrinkled.
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