How To Make Your CV Stand Out To Most People

Some great tips for anyone applying for positions at the moment. We also highly recommend having several rounds of editing when writing your CV to make sure you are as clear and concise as possible. Plus, you’ll be more likely to catch any spelling or grammatical errors before hitting send!


The full article WorkPro is below: https://www.workpro.com.au/how-to-make-your-cv-stand-out-to-most-people/


Writing a CV doesn’t exactly come naturally. Essentially, it’s a document outlining why you should be hired over anyone else. For those that struggle with talking themselves up, it can be incredibly daunting to sit down at a computer and distill onto paper their working life. That’s where this article comes in. Employers know what they’re looking for, even before they set eyes on your resumé. With these tips, you will be on the top of the recruiting pile!


Show Off Your Personality


Chances are, you won’t be the only person applying for the job. Recruiters are looking for humans, not robots, so your CV is as much about selling you as it is your qualifications and experience. Your CV (as well as your cover letter) shouldn’t sound like it’s been wrung dry of any personality, but instead be vibrant. Who wants to hire a robot?


Focus On Your Achievements


It’s fine to note what you’ve been a part of and where you’ve worked, but focus on examples of what you’ve achieved. Been a part of a successful campaign to sell more of a particular product? Outline how you contributed! That way, you can prove your skills.


Don’t Overload Recruiters With Information


While it might be tempting to list everything you’ve ever done professionally, recruiters don’t have time to comb through your CV to uncover the relevant things they are looking for. Craft your CV to help you stand out, and match your achievements to the wants of the role and company in the job specification. That way, you’ll have a much better time when applying. If a hiring manager can easily spot that you’re the right fit, then you’re well on your way to getting that job you want.

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