day_manderly Posted September 19, 2016 Share Posted September 19, 2016 (edited) So, we all want our applications to be just perfect, don't we? CVs do not receive enough attention, me thinks. Does anyone have useful know-hows? Who'd like to swap a CVs with another person? Tips & tricks I've encountered: Put the most important/impressive info first. Mine has education, and then - straight on - relevant research experience. Then, a CV should be as readable as possible. A footer and proper sectioning are a must. Does anyone have any thoughts on proper CV architecture? Also, I personally would love to cross-check CVs with somebody; please, PM if you are interested. Edited September 19, 2016 by day_manderly grammar Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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