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Unemployment in Great Britain is down 320,000 over the year to 2.24 million in February 2014.
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A CV Writing Guide - How to Write a Good CV
The questions that we are asked most often is; 'can I write my own CV?' and, 'what should I put in my CV?'. Of course, anyone can write a CV. However, to write a really good CV takes time, skill and good understanding of what the recruiter requires and most importantly knowing what to include in your CV (and leave out of it!) is vital.
Please email us or complete our contact form to receive some CV examples.
CV Writing Tips and Help
Follow the links below for answers to your questions and some CV writing tips. If you have a specific question about writing your own CV, then contact us and we will try to help or send your current CV to us for a free assessment.
- Personal Information, Profile and Objective
- CV length, Writing in the third person and Education/Training
- Achievements, Skills and Responsibilities
- "Other" Information, Interests and References
- Writing Techniques and Methods
- How your Cover Letter helps in your job search
At the Expert CV Company we have many years' combined expertise in writing professional CVs and resumes designed to ensure the optimal delivery of information to the recruiter. Please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to supply a free, no obligation assessment of your current CV/resume.
Take advice from our team of experts and allow us to do the writing for you. With your input we will deliver an interview-winning CV.