4 things your CV should not have


When you submit your CV, it’s better to be good.  If you want to make a good impression, do not commit mistakes, summarized below:

1. Do not include photos 

Although it is common in some countries, unless you are somebody whose appearance is an integral part of their CV, such as an actress, model or dancer, do not attach a picture of yourself to your application. It is unnecessary and detract from a presentation of your CV.

2. Do not include personal information

Your CV shouldn’t have such information as social security number, age, marital status, number of children, height, weight or any other personal attributes. Allow your potential employers judge you only on the basis of your professional qualifications.

3. Do not use too many words

Remember, your resume will have little time to impress your potential employer. Avoid too complicated sentences and lengthy explanations. Keep it simple and do not include too much detail.

4. Do not include errors

Proofread your CV until you are confident that it doesn’t have any spelling mistakes or grammatical errors.


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Valeriya Polevikova

Marketing Assistant at Unius

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