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The curriculum vitae.


Conception of a professional résumé / CV

The curriculum vitae gets a little longer every year. But what really belongs in a résumé and what does a professional résumé look like? These are questions that probably every applicant deals with. For the conception of a professional curriculum vitae, we approach the topic from the perspective of a HR manager.

The curriculum vitae describes a person’s career. The design directs the reader’s eye. The applicant often decides what to look at. In addition, what the candidate is applying for is decisive.


What is in the resume?

First of all, the resume is true. Lies and rough “cosmetic corrections” usually lead to job loss if discovered. It is also embarrassing. In order to demonstrate its truthfulness, all information in the curriculum vitae can be substantiated with appropriate documents, if they are not required as an attachment. Not waiting for the request, but submitting a complete application increases the chances of recruiters.


Make it clear

Unless a separate form of the résumé is required, you as an applicant have a relatively free hand. A clear structure, for example according to degrees, further training or honorary positions, helps the recruiter to quickly get an impression of your personality. Applicants often forget about mentions that could be decisive in the application process, for example a hobby or an honorary position that fits perfectly with the advertised position.


Short and concise or detailed and extensive?

From a certain age or with a strong interest in learning and an exciting work biography, a résumé can consist of several pages. Nobody reads that. On the contrary: it has a deterrent effect. Shorten the résumé of insignificant passages and summarize the essentials.[/ vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]


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