If you are looking to polish your CV in order to increase the chances of getting your dream job in Internet marketing, then these tips will really come in handy.
Here’s a list of what you need to include.
1. Personal Information
This should include your name, address, salary expectation as well as the notice period.
2. Personal Profile
This ought to be a brief paragraph that contains your softer skills. Keep in mind that it should be targeted towards the position that you’re applying for.
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3. Career History and Skills
When it comes to career history, it should be in chronological order, beginning with the most recent position. Don’t copy-paste the job specification in your most recent role as recruiters easily pick up on this one. Use it as a guide instead.
4. Technical Skills
Make sure that you include systems, languages and projects that are relevant to the position that you have been in. Also, make sure that your technical skills are quantifiable by including things like timelines, percentages and figures. These help the recruiters visualize your success.
This should again be arranged in a chronological manner, beginning with the most relevant qualifications. If relevant to the position, highlight your dissertation- although this is mostly for graduates.
This is one of the ways you set yourself apart from the crowd. Avoid saying things like playing football, socializing with friends and going to the movies and instead which team you play for, films that you enjoy and where you like going. Impressive interests always help you stand out, such as rock climbing, sword swallowing, and the like. However, you should never lie as it might put your career on jeopardy down the line.