Another way that employers evaluate potential employees is with their achievements. You should definitely have your accomplishments on your CV. For example, instead of saying you were responsible for something, list it as an accomplishment. So instead of “I was responsible for balancing payment books,” you would say that “You balanced payment books with a high level of consistency”. This way you are telling a possible employer what you actually did. You are not telling them what your responsibilities were. Be specific by using numbers. Use percentage improvements, company goals that you achieved and headcounts. Did you have to train interns during your National Service? That’s an accomplishment.
You want to present your CV in a way that an employer can’t put it down without fully reading it through.