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cv suggestions
« on: December 20, 2012, 07:43:32 PM »

do you have in mind or can find a very good cv template?

i get to realise that most employers like tables and boxes and bullets and numbering and bold fonts and stuff, an overorganized text, that would be easy to read with just an overview

at the same time, there is too much info that i dont know how to organize, for example for a previous job:

1) what position you had
2) what is the name of the company
3) what is the work sector of the company
4) how much duration you stayed there
5) from when till when
6) where was located

all these 6 points must be in a consice header, easy to read, but its too much info

afterwards ofcourse, the duties will follow

any suggestions?



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Re: cv suggestions
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2012, 07:46:04 PM »
MS Word has lots of templates. You can download more from Office Online (or whatever it's called).
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