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CV by experience: Entry level CV

The most common mistakes candidates make in building their resume, is taking a full meal deal approach to communicating their experience. They tend to write down too many details on their resume sample, to a point, they’re writing day-to-day duties that take up too much of the page.

This approach works for mid-career professionals, but for entry-level candidates, however, it distracts from what the recruiters really want to know: skills, abilities, experience, and goals as well as how you deal with problems in the workplace, and how you can contribute to the organization’s objectives.

Replacing the full meal deal with a tastier approach is far more effective – think about 3 to 5 bullet points for duties, and 4 to five relevant accomplishments. This delivers a powerful, clear message to your potential employer, showcasing your skills, experience, and ability to meet the company’s expectations.

A resume is made great when it is able to communicate much information with little space. A recruiter will absolutely love a short and simple resume that packs the punch they need to hire someone. Be that someone, good luck!