Don’t write your CV by hand. You should type it by typewriter at the worst but your first choice should be computer of course.
Under today’s conditions, there is at least one computer in every house.
The first program that we suggest you for writing your CV is “Microsoft Office Word”.
There are some rules to be obeyed while writing your CV.
We mentioned about them before but let’s show again with the aim of reminding:
- You should choose a readable font. For example, times new roman, verdana, etc.
- You should avoid using big font sizes. They limit the space.
- Don’t use different fonts. Start writing your CV with a certain font and end with the same one.
- Avoid sameness. Instead of coloring the points you want to emphasize, write them in bold or italic.
- Using capital letters in titles and writing them in bold is not problem.
- The same kind information should be in an alignment.
- Pay attention to typos and incoherency.
- You shouldn’t make correction on a completed CV.
- You should convey your paper without creasing or folding while sending your CV to the relevant places. However, since the use of E-mail is wide-spread, this kind of problems doesn’t occur much.
- State the reasons why you leave your previous work. Keep away from bad expressions. Also, avoid sharing information about your previous workplace that should be kept as secret.
- Don’t write about your political or religious views.
- Your contact information should be accurate and correct.
- Try to be positive.Don’t write your CV by hand. You should type it by typewriter at the worst but your first choice should be computer of course. Under today’s conditions, there is at least one computer in every house.