|Seeking employment as a graduate can be extremely difficult due to the sheer level of competition you will be facing from other recent graduates with similar skills to yourself. As a result, it is essential that your CV is very carefully prepared to ensure that your individual personality traits and your own specific experiences shine through to give you an advantage over the other candidates.|
|What to Include|
|Your CV should be a clear and concise summary of your qualifications, skills and experiences that also allows key aspects of your personality to shine through. There is a generally accepted standard of what a CV should contain and this information is usually separated into clear sections.
|Layout and Length|
|How you present your CV is clearly of vital importance and the key points here are to:
|Top Tips for a Graduate CV|
|A graduate CV should clearly emphasise your qualifications and all of the other invaluable skills and experiences you acquired as a result of your time at university. Here are some useful tips to help you to get your CV noticed out of all the other graduate CVs that people will be sending out:
These CV tips were produced with the help of The CV Centre to ensure only the most useful and up to date advice was provided.