CV help & tips
Not sure whether you should include your hobbies on your CV? Not even sure you have any hobbies? Here’s our advice…
Just graduated, but unsure how to demonstrate your skills and experience on your CV? Here’s our graduate CV template to help you get started:
Found a job you like? Excellent. Now it’s time to write the perfect CV. Here are five of our top tips to help yours stand out…
ATS’ don’t mean you have to slip through the cracks. We’ve already covered what an ATS is, but here are our top tips to teach you how to make them work for you:
Struggling to stand out? It might be time to take it personally. To make sure you’re highlighting your attributes as well as your skills, here are five personal attributes most valued by employers:
Not sure if you’re going in the right direction with your personal statement? Here are some personal statement examples to inspire you:
Not only should your CV be informative, it should also be professional, compelling and well-written. Here’s our list of the most common grammatical mistakes to avoid on your CV.
We’ve already revealed five lines that are killing your CV, but here are five CV skills employers look for in every application (and our advice on how you can demonstrate them effectively):
Not sure how to make your application stand out? To help you get started, here are some of our top tips on how to write a job application form.
Studies show that recruiters spend somewhere between five and seven seconds on average looking at a CV. Time to find out if yours would pass the test…
Considering using a template to write your CV? Here are some template pros and cons – and what you need to know to get started.
In today’s competitive job market, the length of your CV can be crucial in determining whether you get the job. Learn how to keep your CV short, and get straight to the point.
Writing a CV is tough, but finding the right layout can be even harder. If you’re looking for something a little more unique, here are 13 creative CV layout examples:
Writing a CV can be a challenging task. To help you improve the quality of your CV, here’s how to overcome five of the most common CV issues:
Writing a CV can be a stressful task, especially if you’re starting from scratch. Not sure where to start? Here are some basic rules on how to write a CV:
Not being invited for interviews? It’s not you, it’s your CV. We’ve already covered what not to do on your CV, but here are a few more CV faux-pas that could be sabotaging your career:
It can be tempting to use the same phrases and adjectives when writing your CV. Learn how to say something different, and set yourself apart.
Writing your CV from scratch is never easy. To help you consider all the available options, here are some CV examples that might inspire you…
Not sure what to do on your CV? We can help with that. To help you understand what they’re all about, and make yours work harder for you, here are a few things you should know about CVs:
To help make sure your career break isn’t holding you back, here are a few tips on how to explain a gap in your CV – and examples to suit your situation.
Struggling to set your CV apart? To help you ditch the clichés, here are five lines you should steer clear of when you’re writing your CV:
Not having any success using the same old CV? To help keep the odds in your favour, here are five ways you could refresh your CV right now:
Confused about which parts of your education you should include in your CV? Here’s our advice…
Struggling to tell the difference between CV fact and CV fiction? Here are eight myths you should avoid when writing your CV