Updated: Mar 23
Having a resume that is crisp and concise that highlights your education, training, and core competencies are essential. Your aim should be getting your CV in front of the recruiter or hiring manager, who will primarily be looking for educational and skill relevance over ‘cultural fit’.
We spoke with recruitment expert Anne Hodges, Practice Director at Global Management Systems (GMS), to pick her brain on what an ideal CV should look like. Here are Anne’s top tips for creating a CV that will help you stand out and get an interview.