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At PurpleCV, we know how to write a CV that will maximise your chances of getting the job you want. We’ve had plenty of practice and have plenty of success stories to shout about. We’d love to share some of our knowhow with you - have a read through our various blog articles:

Writing a Job Acceptance Letter

Written by Andrew Arkley


Getting a job offer is great, and it’s all too easy to get caught up in the excitement and accept it immediately. But writing a job acceptance letter requires careful handling - particularly if you have multiple offers or want to negotiate any of the details.

Here’s our advice on what to consider before accepting a job offer, and how to nail the acceptance letter when you do.


CV Cheat Sheet: Make Your CV Stand Out: An Infographic

Written by Andrew Arkley

Cv Cheat Sheet: Make Your Cv Stand Out: An Infographic


Spring is just around the corner, so what better time to refresh your CV?

Sometimes all it takes are a few tweaks to significantly improve your chances of landing that job.

Begin by purging your CV of typos and try to include industry-specific keywords. 

Your personal statement should be short and sweet, tailored to the job you’re applying to. And make sure to ditch those clichés.

Lastly, keep it personal and showcase your work with a link to an online portfolio or blog. 


How to be Confident in a Job Interview

Written by Andrew Arkley


The new year is a great time to look for a new job. If you’re one of the many January job seekers looking to take the next step in their career, chances are you’ll be thinking about how to be confident in a job interview.


What to Put in a CV (and What to Leave Out)

Written by Andrew Arkley


Your CV has one aim: to get you an interview. 

When deciding what to put in a CV, you should keep this aim in mind. What’s going to convince the hiring manager to see you? How can you show that you meet the company’s needs? Think strategically, and try to see your CV from the hiring manager’s perspective. 

To give you a hand, here are our top tips on how to decide what to put in a CV. 


Writing a CV for Temporary Jobs

Written by Andrew Arkley


Writing a CV for temporary jobs is just as important as it is for permanent roles. A targeted, tailored CV that shows off your most relevant skills will help you stand out from the competition and secure the roles you want.

Employers may be looking for different qualities and skills in temp candidates - so whilst the usual presentation rules apply, some parts of your CV will need adjusting.

Here are a few things to consider when writing a CV for temporary jobs...


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