The 3 Most Important Parts Of Your CV. Make Them Stand Out

Educational Background And Work History

After your latest working experience, an employer will want to understand your career trajectory. They will want to know the moves that you have made. This will be to find out if you’re going to be staying with the company when you’re hired. They will also want to identify any gaps in your working history. They will start with your educational background. Then they’ll look at job titles and dates, in order to see how long you were at each job. If there are any gaps in your CV, you should explain why in a cover letter when you’re applying for a job.

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