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Job Hunting Tips #1 - Preparation of your CV Section_Index.

A CV is a summary of experiences and skills that are related to your employment objective. It should support your employment interests and have a strong skills section. It should highlight your particular strengths.

Contact Information

What’s needed:


What’s not needed:

Objective

What’s needed:

What’s not needed:

 

 

Summary of Qualifications    (Optional but suggested for experienced personnel)

This section is suggested for individuals with 3 or more years of experience in an area where they are pursuing employment - not if a career switch is desired.

What’s needed:

Education

What’s needed:

What’s not needed:

* Infant & Primary school information
* An extensive listing of courses


Skills

What’s Needed:

What’s Not Needed:

Experience

What’s Needed

What’s Not Needed

 

Activities

What’s needed:

Personal Information (optional)

This section can include personal information (as explained earlier), certification, security clearances, patents, special awards, foreign languages or any other information that may be of interest to an employer.

 

Additional Notes