Writing a Professional CV
There’s no such thing as a standard CV or the perfect example of how a CV should be or look, and yet the internet is overflowing with websites offering something along the lines of ‘a standard example of a good CV’. This will not help you at all, or at the very least, help will be limited. Whoever’s designed what they believe to be ‘a standard example of a good CV’ and pasted it up online may have good intentions, but the fact remains that they have never even met you.
A good CV is only ever a good CV unless it works for you and fulfils its purpose of successfully marketing and showcasing your skills, employment experience, expertise and personal qualities. CVs must never be generic, they should only ever be customised and unique to you.
The writing of a good CV is often harder than most people think, partly because many of us find it hard to sell and market ourselves, or at least to put it into words. But you need to turn in a professional-looking CV in order to have any hopes of gaining an interview. In sidestepping this dilemma, writing a professional CV can easily be left to the experts.
Writing a professional CV can be left to Purple CV.