When compiling a CV, the aim should be to add information that is relevant to the job you are applying for, and to make the reading time as short as possible for recruiters and hiring managers. Consider the fact that they have piles of resumes to go through and generally only look for specific content. Here are some things that should be left off when writing your CV:
As reported by eNCA on 29 March 2019, lying on your CV will now land you in jail.
It is in your best interest to ensure that you include all of the following information on your CV when applying for a job:
Always avoid these three common mistakes when compiling your CV. Click to read.