Your CV is the first part of yourself that you present during a job application process. It is the one thing that is guaranteed to be read. However, there is a logistics problem here. A hiring manager will go through numerous CVs just to fill a single role. Sometimes you might not even get the call telling you that you didn’t get the job. You need to understand that hiring managers take a quick glance through a CV before they decide whether or not to read it. These three sections are where you should focus on improving.
Your Recent Work Experience
When an employer takes your CV, they want to know if you can do the job when you’re hired. The best way to know this is to see what you were doing before you needed a new job. They also want to know your ability to learn the job and how quickly you can start producing results. After your name and contact information, you should have a short professional and then your work experience. Your most recent work experience should be on the first page of your CV.