Best CV Sample 2021: Format and Arrangement

CV Sample 2021; this post is mainly to guide job seekers prepare for the upcoming job application. Included in this post are the best CV sample and format of arrangement that actually interest the employer to look into job seeker’s CV.

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Do you seek to be employed in any company you applied? follow this guide.

COMPONENTS OF A CV

A CV, which stands for curriculum vitae, and also termed “Course of Life” is a document used when applying for jobs. It allows you to summarize your education, skills and experience enabling you to successfully sell your abilities to potential employers.

Personal Information:

Personal data is any information that relates to an identified living individual, that has what it takes or has what is required for him/her to participate or acquire the Job needed.

Examples of personal data

A name,

A home address;

An email address such as, [email protected];

An identification card number; eg. International Passport Number, etc

An Internet Protocol (IP) address, eg, Social media pages, websites, etc

The advertising identifier of your phone; Phone number, etc

A data held by a hospital or doctor, which could be a symbol that uniquely identifies a person.

Examples of data not considered personal data

A company registration number;

An email address such as [email protected];

Anonymized data.

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Summary – A CV Career Summary is a concise statement that highlights your key attributes and helps you stand out from other job seekers. Usually placed at the beginning of the CV it picks out a few relevant skills and achievements, while expressing your career aims. A good CV summary focuses on the sector you’re applying to, as your cover letter will be job-specific. Keep CV personal statements short and snappy – at most 100 words is the perfect length.

 

Qualifications and skills. Summarize a combination of hard and soft skills you’ve developed throughout your career. The skills added to your CV must be in line with the Job Application.

Languages: List all the language you can speak fluently.
Experience. When writing a CV we have types of experience such as Work experience, social experience, religious experience, virtual experience, etc. the CV should include organization where you worked, the job title, the dates you were employed and a summary of your experience and achievements.
Academic history. List all schools from high school through post-doctoral (if applicable). The title of the degree you earned, the year you graduated and the name of the school should be included.

Licenses and Certifications. The name of the license or certificate, the date you earned it and the institution that awarded it should be included.

Professional associations. The organization’s name, location or chapter and the dates of active membership should also be listed.

Publications and presentations.
When stating publications, ensure to provide a full citation including your co-authors, date, summary, volume, page, DOI number.
Also, when stating presentations, the title, date and venue where you presented should be provided.

Awards and honors. For each award, include the name, year received, the organization that gave you the award and any pertinent details (such as how often it’s presented).
Grants and scholarships. Provide the name of the grant or scholarship, date awarded and the institution that provided the award. (if available)

Credit: Onyinyechi & Emmanuel,
GGL Institute

 

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