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CV by originality: Original CV

One important part of a resume builder is including words that strike the interest of both automated programs and professional recruiters. But there is a fine line between including the SEO-friendly keywords you’d expect employers to look for, and using overused terms that lost all of its meaning.

Most resume samples are notorious for being filled with clichés, and for an original cv, candidates are often reliant on flowering terms like “driving success.”

When every single word in your resume matters, you need to replace these words with specific details, facts and figures, and examples of how good you are as an employee. The most classic piece of advice – is to show, rather than tell.

In practice, this means expanding on phrases such as “responsible of creating positive commercial outcomes” by explaining what this phrase means to you, the recruiter will have a solid of the idea of what positive outcomes really mean for you in the context of the job.

Be as specific as possible, and after you’ve completed your first draft, go back through each and every bullet point, asking yourself, “Did I really define what that means?”