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Objectivity rules

When I am looking at a CV, I want to make my own mind up. So I am not interested in your opinion of yourself. After all I would expect it to be high, surely you believe that you had the right skills to move on to the next role? And if you cannot say nice things about yourself, who can? A CV that impresses me is normally from somebody who has made a difference to the companies they have worked for. Who can show me they have improved turnover by say 20%. Who have improved profitability by perhaps 50%, who have increased workshop efficiency by 10%. So do not be tempted to give me a whole load of skills that I will ignore. Especially if you are a genuine performer. If you know you are, shout about it. Want to subscribe to this blog? click here.


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