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Here's how your smart CV can boost visibility of your Skills and improve your chances of getting shortlisted
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Layout & Design:
Your CV must be visually attractive and pleasing so that recruiter can convenientlyread the text and focus on key points highlighted in your CV. A bad layout may
give an impression to the recruiter that you take things very casually.
Your CV must be free of any grammatical error.
It should have properly designed categories, sections and subsections.
A well written CV will draw recruiters’ attention to your key skills and achievements and may relate to the job requirements. This will brighten up your chances of getting shortlisted. This may help you build a good first impression.
Sections and Sub-Sections:
· Headline & Summary
· Section highlighting your achievements
· Key skills
· Role & Experience
· Contact details
Other important highlights:
It is important that your CV highlights some unique points specific to your capability, interest and experience to stand out from the rest.
Research Based: Your CV must be research based meeting the requirements of the job you are interested in.
Market Standards: Your CV must be presented according to the current market standards. Format and specifications that were valid 5 years ago might not be relevant today.
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Highlight your skills and experience in the best possible ways so that recruiters can quickly take away key points from your CV and relate to the job requirement easily.
"My CV did'nt get shortlisted”, “I am not even getting interview calls ” You would have surely heard statements like these.
Among many other reasons for not getting shortlited even at the first stage, the main reason behind rejection has its root at the fundamental level of decision making ie whether CV could relate to recruiters need. Yes the recruiter connects you through what's written in the CV , what achivements you mentioned, what role your described, what unique skills you have and how you have
presented these details , the language and manner in which it's written, the layout and accuracy of details.
So it's all thde more important that you approach this first step seriously so that you maximise your chances of getting shortlisted.