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CV by Job type: Architecture CV

The perfect architecture resume is one that takes all of your relevant strengths and applies them directly to the kind of job you are targeting. One of the best things you can get from a potential employer is having a written description of the position they’re looking to fill in. Pick out the top three or five qualities your potential employer is seeking in their job postings or specifications. These should be the key points that are covered in your resume.

Split points into two categories: experience and qualifications. Our CV is designed with that in mind, having your experiences and qualifications divided into sections that clearly stand out and paint a clear picture of yourself.

Depending on the depth of your work history, make sure you divide your architecture resume by project. Place them in chronological order to have a clearer output for your potential employer to read.

Take all of these into account, but make sure to have a clean and modern resume design. Don’t overdo it with flashy colors and intricate graphics. Keeping it simple will lend greatly to your resume’s overall functionality.