Part 3: It will take you more time to read this article’s introduction than a recruiter will actively spend examining your CV. Join me in this 3 part series were we figure out whats best for your CV!
Your CV is usually aimed at time-impoverished professionals, thus it’s no surprise that research conducted by Ladders found that recruiters spend an average of 6 seconds actively looking at CV’s during the initial shortlisting phase.
It took you more time to read this article’s introduction than a recruiter will actively spend examining your CV.
Thus, it’s up to you to make it easy for them to conclude that you are a strong candidate and want to take a closer look at your CV. Here are 8 things you should probably avoid doing to make your 6 seconds meaningful.
1. Not proofreading
Go through your CV carefully and thoroughly. After you have finished, get a friend, family member or colleague to do the same. Check for spelling mistakes, inconsistent or erroneous information, and grammatical errors as these easily put off recruiters.
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2. Not having…
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