How to write a powerful CV...

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What a CV? And how it compares to a resume?

A resume which typically a one-page document that strategically lists relevant and select experiences.

A CV is often a several page document That includes a fairly comprehensive outline of your work and educational history. In Addition to the items on a regular resume. A CV can include separate sections for your teaching experience Research, publications, presentations, grants and fellowships Professional affiliations, licenses, awards And other information relevant to the opportunity.

How to write a powerful CV

Now I am going to explain how to write a great CV for a job application at English-speaking companies. Companies can't interview hundreds of people so your curriculum vitae or resume should summarize your skills education and experience in a way that makes you stand out, how? let's find out.

Generally, your CV should be concise and brief two pages are the ultimate limit as you want to stick out tailor your application and avoid ready-made templates or all-purpose CV's.

The top of your CV should include your name and your address use English names for example-Mintu instead of mention, also mention your nationality for US applications only include your date of birth or a photo if requested if you are not applying for a particular job opening include a concrete objective, for example, trainee marketing position in IT sector.

Next up write a very brief summary of your skills and experience relevant to. The job objective for instance experience in strategic marketing at business ink or strong organizational skills. For your work experience start with your most recent and work backward, name the employer your position and use action verbs to describe your key responsibilities. Use present tense for current positions and past tense for work you are no longer doing. Good examples are promoted the positive image for the company or assisted the chief executive to the needs of customers.

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The education section includes the institution's name your degree and actual or expected graduation date don't mention grades unless they are above average. If possible use standard English translations of your degree titles or exams in the additional skills section. Include languages according to your proficiency and other competencies like computer skills. You can show off your most relevant superhero power once more as you already listed them under key skills and experiences especially when your work experience is still limited and interests and activities to your CV. They paint a picture of the kind of person you are. Volunteer activities are especially valued whereas standard hobbies like meeting with friends should rather be avoided.

Lastly, you can include the phrase references available upon request. If asked your referee will write a confidential letter directly to the organization. So be sure to have asked for their permission beforehand and then you're done. When following these steps you will likely make a great first impression on your possible employer.

So why are you waiting for? start work
to making your English CV !!

Thank You
Mintu Debnath
@mintu1319

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