It’s a good idea to have your CV checked by someone whose English is good, even if yours is good too.
The rule of thumb is that a CV should be no more than 2 pages long.
If you’ve a lot of relevant experience at a high level, however, you can go over 2 pages.
Bullet pointed lists and short sentences make your CV easier to read and easier for recruiters to scan for key points.
You don’t need to print your CV on bright coloured paper or over a picture.
Mass mailshots are too general and unfocused – and employers can spot them.
Instead, tailor your CV to sell your most relevant skills.If you’re just starting out in your career, 1 page is fine.If your CV goes back a long way into your work history, make sure the information is relevant to the job you’re applying for.Mistakes can make it seem like you haven’t put the time in, or you don’t think details are important.A tidy, mistake-free CV shows you’re professional, thorough and care about how you come across.Your CV should sell your achievements as an individual.