- 1 A bad example of a resume
- 2 How to make a good curriculum vitae: the most common mistakes
- 3 Resume writing: So you do it right
- 4 Tips for writing correct CV
- 4.1 How long the resume be?
- 4.2 Three CV variants
- 4.3 Personal data
- 4.4 school
- 4.5 vocational training
- 4.6 study
- 4.7 practical experience
- 4.8 Skills / interests / Additional Qualifications
- 4.9 Gaps in your CV
- 4.10 Summary
- 4.11 Watch video How to make a good curriculum vitae. That Works – 5 Tips To Improve your CV Writing Skills
- 5 Hobbies in CV: The You should specify!
- 6 The CV Photo – So I will represent my potential employer in the future
The curriculum is the heart of every application. By observing a few basic rules or a good template or pattern used can easily write a resume, the recruiter impressed.
The CV (also: “curriculum vitae” or simply “CV”) can be done in the application some wrong – but also a lot correctly. Basically: The CV should logically be clearly and consistently.
Moreover, a personal touch in the design be useful to contrast with the resume of the plurality of the other candidates. Use can use a template or pattern or just be creative.
But beware: the conservative, the industry, the more economical one should deal in the life with colors and design elements.
A bad example of a resume
On the top left (click to enlarge) you can find the resume of Laura, who wants to apply for the training as a photographer. Laura is a year removed from high school.
During an internship could already get a taste of the work processes of a photo studio, they also completed a photography course and successfully participated in a photo competition. Nevertheless, her resume is not just as a sample template.