REMEMBER THAT YOUR CV IS YOUR PASSPORT TO EMPLOYMENT, DON’T UNDERESTIMATE ITS SIGNIFICANCE.
In our previous section we covered the basic categories that you should include in your CV. We will now share four additional categories which is vital for successful curriculum vitae’s.
This section should include all the skills that you’ve acquired with a previous employer or training courses that you’ve attended. Skills such as time management, stress management and customer service are important in the work environment.
Place emphasis on the experience that you have gained, this will include internships and voluntary or charity work. It show that you are willing to work hard, even without any payment.
Including your extracurricular activities in your CV, will show your future employer that you are outgoing and active in your society. Activities that you can include would be sports that you compete in, band/music activities or participation in church activities.
End your CV with credible references that can confirm your details. These references can be from previous employers or a professor from College or University.