Most CVs contain information about some or all of the following:
The order in which you put these sections really depends on what makes
the best impression with the raw material you have. If your work experience
is better than your qualifications, put it first. But don’t be tempted
to oversell yourself - if you don’t match up at interview, you’ll
not get the job. Try a couple of versions, make several drafts of your
CV and ask friends, teachers and advisors to read it and give you feedback
on how well it represents you.
you see this symbol, move the mouse over each section
of the CV to get tips on filling it in.
44 White Castle Road
23 March 1988
reliable, motivated school leaver with office and computer experience.
Punctual, keen and willing to learn. Strong organisational and administration