Writing a CV

How to write a successful CV

The bottom line for you to write a CV is to get the job you are applying for, which makes this document a very important one.

A good CV will never be generalised like an all-purpose application. It would be rather very target specific written specially with that organization in mind, matching your best talents and qualifications with the particular job’s requirement. In other words, the CV should make it obvious to the prospective employer that you are the right candidate for the job. Remember that your CV is actually a key to the interview. Unless the reader feels interested enough from reading your CV, your key will not work; and unless you reach the interview stage, you cannot hope to get the job.

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