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    I'd like you to give me an example how to write CV and cover letter.

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    Re: writing

    Which format would you like? For example, USA, UK, Australian, Canadian, and so on.

    All the best.

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    Re: writing

    Quote Originally Posted by milenche View Post
    I'd like you to give me an example how to write CV and cover letter.
    In CV heading you can write your general information:

    Local address
    E-mail address
    Phone number
    (If applying for an overseas job, please remember to include your international dialling code.) Include your mobile/cell phone number if you are going to relocate soon.

    CV Skills Summary

    The Skills Summary section of your CV includes your main skills. You should only include keywords in his section, do not go into lengthy descriptions of your skills. The skill summary is also called personal profile.

    CV Objective

    The CV Objective, sometimes also referred to as CV Personal Profile states "What is my next step in my career?" This should be a short, concise statement that informs the employer what kind of position you are looking for. The type of position, the role (managerial, supervisor, contractor) should be included as well.

    If you are job hunting it is a good idea to have several CV's with different profiles or objectives. For example, you can have a CV for a sales supervisor and the other for a shop floor manager. Your 'sales supervisor' CV can highlight achievements in this area, the CV would be tuned to that particular in terms of job descriptions and achievements.

    Education on your CV

    List all your qualifications in this section. Include all of your education including certifications from non-academic institutions, especially those that are related to this job vacancy. If you have more work experience than qualifications, put your work experience before your qualifications.

    If you need more information on CV writing you can visit's forum on English. Cheers!
    Last edited by Harry Smith; 20-Apr-2007 at 11:38.

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