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3 Tips to Edit your CV | Resume Advice

3 Tips to Edit your CV

At some point your CV would be outdated, the jobs you have mentioned would be very old and might not be relevant any more in your field of work, or in the position you are looking for having. One should always keep in mind that a CV should always be up to date, whenever you do something worth mentioning jot it down in order not to forget to mention it when editing your CV. Here are some tips in order to edit your CV meticulously!
 
  1. Cut the Fat 
    When it comes to filling in information in a CV, people tend to have some jobs, skills, or experiences that they are overly attached to but are irrelevant. Cut it out of your CV! You do not need to cram up your CV just to seem more interesting; having a reliable and professional CV is the key. So leave off all the unnecessary details.
     
  2. The Extra Mile 
    If you are the kind of person who likes to go on that extra mile in life; volunteering, working on a new project, adding a skill… it might be a good idea to add it on your CV in order to boost your own skills and experiences. Employees are always impressed with a person who works on themselves constantly.

     
  3. The Skills
    It is important to keep in mind that the skills section should always be up to date and related to the job you are applying for. It is also very important to have transferable skills on there as well; transferable skills are the skills you have acquired that can be used in many different fields of work. Be proud of the skills you have and flaunt them out on you CV as a way to develop in your career.