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Time and place for drawing up a CV

When is the best time to have a CV drawn up? As soon as you are out of the I.T.I./college you should write your CV. Every six months you need to update your CV to contain the latest information as and when you complete any new degree, training or achievement.

Every time you apply for a new job, you need to re-write the CV which should be totally tailor-made to the job you are applying for. In order to do this you should have researched well in the company's background as well as identified the best personal traits and qualifications which match with the prescribed job requirements. Only then your CV will catch the attention of the prospective employer and you will gain the chance for an interview.

A common mistake is for people to draw up a general type of CV and only change the cover letter and send the companies. Nothing could be more harmful to your chances to get to an interview. Since each job is specific and has special requirements, there is no way how a regular CV can match of all the jobs universally. Rather when the CV is not drawn to highlight your fit to the company, it is summarily rejected without further introspection.

It is important hence, to have a tailor-made CV for each job you are applying for. It is also important to have your CV continuously upgraded to include each and every aspect of your professional and personal (relevant) growth. Then whenever you need you can pick those traits which are best suited to a particular job and wait for that interview letter.

Hence, you start writing your CV now, the sooner the better. When you have the CV written down well, your thoughts will also be organized particularly to your strengths and weaknesses and other aspects that you will be able to present better and better. The fact that you have control over the facts will in turn give you increased confidence which will clearly come through in your CV and your interview.

This is the importance of writing a CV in time. The timeliness of having this document ready will unleash a useful circle of processes by which you can only benefit. Do not wait till the last moment before you need to apply to write your CV. When in hurry and under duress, you will tend to leave out many beneficial points which would have otherwise gained you an interview with the company. Be careful in how you invest your time for your future - a small delay may cost you dearly.

 

 

Hence, you start writing your CV now, the sooner the better. When you have the CV written down well, your thoughts will also be organized particularly to your strengths and weaknesses and other aspects that you will be able to present better and better. The fact that you have control over the facts will in turn give you increased confidence which will clearly come through in your CV and your interview.

This is the importance of writing a CV in time. The timeliness of having this document ready will unleash a useful circle of processes by which you can only benefit. Do not wait till the last moment before you need to apply to write your CV. When in hurry and under duress, you will tend to leave out many beneficial points which would have otherwise gained you an interview with the company. Be careful in how you invest your time for your future - a small delay may cost you dearly.

Kindly do the following:-

Begin with name and contact details

Write an appealing career summary

Focus on your work experience, responsibilities and achievements

Your next asset is your educational qualification

Write about your out-of-work achievements, interests and hobbies

Write short sentences with more impactful words Write short sentences with more impactful words

Use the same tense through out the CV.