Employers receive an average of 60 applicants for every advertisement for a low-skilled job, and 20 for every skilled job. Almost half of these candidates are perfectly suitable for the role.
So that makes their C.V. - or curriculum vitae - all the more important when attempting to stand out from the crowd. Experts say there are some golden rules for getting a CV correct, not least accuracy, spelling and grammar. Don't repeat the mistakes of a lawyer who stressed his "dew diligence", or the applicant who ignored commas when describing his interests as "cooking dogs and interesting people".
Here is our take on some sample C. V. templates that our candidates can avail to gain inspiration or plain copy them for their next interview. Click on the links below to download Word documents that you can edit at your end
|Classic Experience & Skills||Classic Skills Based||Classic Experience Based||Designer Experience & Skills|
|Designer Skill||Modern Combo||Modern Work||Information Security|
|IT Helpdesk||Manager||Based On Experience And Skills||Network Manager|
|IT Web Designer||IT Web Developer||Database Administrator||HR Recruitment Officer|
|Customer Service Representative||Customer Service Manager||SAP Technical Consultant||Oracle Financial Consultant|