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If you are applying for a multilingual role and you want to use your language skills, state this in your CV of the languages you are fluent in. If it is speaking, reading or writing skills, write if you are fluent or intermediate etc. Remember to write down any computer/IT skills. Again it is optional

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Layout

Keep all texts in the same size and to make it easy to read the  fonts. You can make the texts size larger for headings or make it stand out by underlining or in bold. Standard text sizes are 11 or 12. Do not use colourful fonts as your main text on the CV. It

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Profile on CV

This section should show your full name. If you have another name that you prefer to be called instead, put the name in brackets. It is important that you fill in the correct contact number(s) and email address in order for the potential employer to contact you on. Or if you are in work and

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CV Format Type

How you format a CV is as important as what the content holds because it shows your attention to detail and IT skills.   Here are some tips we have for you.   Most popular choice will be saving as a Microsoft Word document.  We recommend saving your CV in both a Word document and

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Employment history on CV

Please remember to write down your job title, dates/employment duration and company name. It is best to start with the most recent role first then work your way backwards with the job(s) you had beforehand. Think of the employer’s perspective, they want to see your recent skills when matching the role you are applying for.

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References

It is again optional to include the details of your references or not on the CV. If you do include references details, give a minimum of two references. Provide the references of your recent workplace or education contact details. For example state the name of company, name of contact person/department/title and contact details (email or

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Photo on a CV

It is optional to include your photo on your CV. It is your choice but we know it is normal protocol for certain countries to have this. In the UK it is not a requirement unless you are going for a casting role. If you do include a photo, please keep it to a passport

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CV tips

Your CV is important to you as it is a presentation of the skills you gained and what you achieved in your education or work life. It is important to have the correct information on the CV and ensure the reader will enjoy reading your profile. Please proofread the CV as much as possible. You

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Email address on CV

We are now living in a world where we use technology devices every day and communication is vital to us. We mostly have more than one email addresses since we first used the internet. Naming the email address is also very difficult if you have a common name or it’s already taken. However, it is

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