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Your personal details
When and where you went to school
Your employment history
Your skills & hobbies
TIP: Make sure you look as professional as possible by providing a sensible email address i.e. John.Brown@gmail.com
If you don’t have one, there are plenty of free sites online.
TIP: Employers will want to see all details of your education from Secondary school onwards i.e. Secondary School, Sixth Form, Apprenticeship, University.
TIP: When describing your previous jobs try to include specific duties i.e. I inputted data into the company database every day, I was responsible for invoices, I managed a team of two in the finance department, I was responsible for booking meetings for my manager etc.
TIP: Employers don’t just want to hear about your employment and qualifications – they also want to get to know you as a person. This is really important to how you will fit in in their company. If you have any interesting hobbies or awards make sure you jot them down!
TIP: If you are new to the world of work, please try and use an academic reference i.e. from a teacher or lecturer.
Save a copy of your generated CV for your future use. Feel free to add to or amend if appropriate and print a couple of copies off to add to your portfolio for interview stage! Make sure you keep your CV up to date and if it’s necessary, tweak each time you apply for a new job so that it is personalised for each application – you are more likely to stand out from the pack!