By creating a fabulous and cool looking CV, you're increasing your chance of getting hired.
CV is your first chance to impress the company with your personality, skills, and experiences before getting interviewed. With that in mind, you will need to put the right information in your CV so the company gets to know who and what kind of person you are.
Just like any other companies everywhere, we'll also require you to include some information that need to be included in your CV. These are the things you should put in your CV:
Do not include unrelated and unnecessary information such as how rich your parents are, your dog's name, your bestfriend's favorite food, etc.
Remember to put in which educational institution did/do you go to into your resume.
Organizational experience, community membership, or social activity
You don't really have to put every single one of them, just choose the most relevant roles you were assigned in those activities.
Any kind of work-related awards, achievements or accomplishments you received should be included in your CV.
They will help you make a good impression of yourself. You can make us think well of you using this opportunity, you know?
Hobbies & interests
You may also include some of your hobbies or interests that portray your personality and point of view the most.
Your personal hobbies and interests will also be one of the deciding factors whether you will or will not be accepted by the company.
But, only put the relevant ones, though. If you like to play the guitar during your free time, well, that's good for you.
Your prospective employer will need to know the benefits they will earn for hiring you to their company.
Thus, you can provide them the information they need by putting in your work related-skills, such as:
A great time manager
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
make sure your CV is well-structured, written in a formal language, easy-to-read, and not too long that it takes too much time to read.
Longer does not always necessarily make it better.
Pour accomplir des grandes choses, nous devons pas seulement agir, mais aussi rêver; ne pas seulement planifier, mais croire aussi.
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.