If you are a fresh graduate applying for a job for the first, writing a worthy CV could be quite a difficult task, knowing that many recruiting firms are looking for experienced hands.
However, there are many firms who also look for fresh graduates and there are firms that could recruit you even without your experience, but your CV has to be good enough.
These are some CV tips you should know.
1. WRITE A PROFESSIONAL CV
The fact you’re still a rookie in the workforce doesn’t mean you should have a rookie CV. Write a CV that’s devoid of errors and make it professional as well. If you can, engage the services of a resume building service.
2. MAKE A GOOD IMPRESSION
Try to make a good impression by highlighting your strengths and skills that make you good for the job. Also, have a clear objective that shows you’re good enough for the job.
3. PEN DOWN YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS
Even though you have no work experience, you must probably have had some experiences or achievements over the years, and if they are related to the job, you can include them in your CV.
4. BUILD YOURSELF
Many big firms these days look for experience, and if you haven’t got it, you have to work for it. Work your way through, volunteer if possible; build your personal brand and in due time you can get those jobs you so desire.
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