CV

CV Example, tips and hints 

CV and Resume hints  

> Your CV shoulbe ideally be in Microsoft Word format using the most common fonts 
(Times New Roman or Arial), size 12 to 14 points

> Your CV should have a clear structure and use plain language

> Choose a font style that is easy to read 

> Avoid minor details; your experience during the last 5-7 years is most important. Pay attention to only the important information. The summary should be brief but informative  

> The tone of your CV should be formal

> Specify the facts of your professional biography; don't pay much attention to personal 
details

> Avoid using the pronoun "I" 

> Details of responsibilities should be in the same time and format

 For example: sales of products, making calls, control on plans implementation (WRONG! to sell services, I researched new clients, etc.)
It’s desirable to indicate your full surname, name and patronymic name. In most cases your anonymity will not be welcomed by a potential employer. A CV is an official document and so it should be written in a formal tone.
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Your CV should be legible and make sure there are no spelling mistakes in it

> If photo is included, it should also be formal

> Specifiy the people who will reccomend you 


It’s desirable to indicate your full surname, name and patronymic name. In most cases your anonymity will not be welcomed by a potential employer. A CV is an official document and so it should be written in a formal tone.

Your CV
is a document reflecting your previous work experience, professional skills and theoretical knowledge in the most favorable light.

It should be as concise as possible, comprehensive but consist of no more than 2 pages.

You should aim to present your knowledge, experience and personal qualities to the potential employer in the best possible way and to get the best possible chance of an interview.