Whether you are unemployed or have a job but you aspire to a better position, you must have a good CV. The CV remains a key document to access companies and you should take care of it to the fullest. The main objective of a résumé right now is to get attention, to be attractive and to be different from the rest. We give you all the keys on how to make a perfect professional work curriculum.
The Curriculum Vitae continues to be a fundamental tool to find a job and make you known as a professional. It is the first impression that the companies are going to take over you and it suits you to be unbeatable. Because of our experience in school, we are used to seeing many CV’s of the students that we then send to agencies with which we have an agreement to do internships. So we know in what details the companies are fixed , what they value and what they expect from a curriculum. We want to share with you the conclusions we have reached. We hope they serve you.
20 tips to improve the CV and to help you find work in 2015
Pay attention to the content
Giving a good shape to the curriculum, which is attractive at first glance, is important. It is clear. Later we will give you some recommendations about it. But really the fundamental thing is still the content, the data that you include and how the accounts. Here are some tips on how to improve your resume :
Photo Curriculum1. Good photo
You must take care of the photo that you put on the curriculum. Do not choose any. We recommend that you make a good photograph , professional, well – lit, where you can see your face, you’re looking straight ahead and leave with a kind gesture. It is convenient that there are no objects that cover you (sunglasses, scarves, hats …) and that can make you shadows. If possible, that is not a whole body image. Better if only the face appears. That same photo can have it in all your social networks and your blog. In this way, you make it easier for the person who searches for you on Google. Did you know that after seeing a resume, 82% of the personnel guatemala email list
recruiters go online to know more information about the candidate?
Of course, do not put a cropped photo where you appear as a party, with friends or in a bar. You must convey a serious and professional image. Do not forget.
Personal Data Curriculum2. Personal information
Next to the photo, the first data that you must put in the curriculum are your name , surnames and email . We know that this point is quite evident but, believe me, there are still people who miss or write badly this basic information. As for the mail, we recommend that it be a serious email address. It is best to include your first and last names or your initials. Do not ever add that email account you have for friends with inappropriate or funny words.
Blog and RRSS Curriculum3. Blog and Social Networks
It is interesting that together with your personal data include a direct link to your website or blog and your professional Social Networks . If you are or have been a student of ours, you already know the importance of the blog for professions such as Community Manager, journalist, designer and publicist. If so, you will have one and if you do not have one, we recommend that you do so. We also advise you to share valuable content about your profession weekly on Twitter and Linkedin.
CV Professional Profile4. Title that defines you as a professional
As a header phrase of your resume or just below your personal data you can put a title that defines you as a professional. With this I do not mean that you put “serious, responsible, good companion or with organizational capacity”. It is not about writing adjectives about yourself. They are better keywords * that indicate what you do. For example, if you work in online marketing you can write “community manager, SEO specialist and Content Marketing”. Above all, it is about highlighting those functions and profiles that most fit with the position and the company you are targeting. Here is an example that can be used as a reference.
* In Council 9 we tell you what we mean by keywords