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Making a Curriculum Vitae (CV) as against Writing a Curriculum Vitae (CV)
All along, you are inundated with seminars and information which talks about how to write a CV that stands out. It is overwhelming that all focus has been diverted from the essential point that makes a CV really stand out. The simple truth is that you make a CV before you write the CV.
There is so much information about how to write a CV that very soon, no one’s CV is going to stand out. Simply put, everybody’s CV is going to be great. Making a CV and writing a CV are two separate actions which however cannot happen each in isolation. You make the CV that you want to write. It is just as saying: Make hay while the sun shines.You make a good CV so that you get to write a good CV.        You know where you stand in life now, and you know where you want to be in future in terms of employment. What stands between your present and your future position at the job place is actually a good CV that stands out. Our world now is such that you will need to write a good CV that can out – compete all your colleague competitors because you will be competing with at least two people for that job opening.
When do you make a CV? You don’t make a CV the moment you pick a pen to write the CV. You make a CV way back in time before you write it. If you make a good CV, you get to write a good CV.

You know yourself and where you will like to work five or ten years from now. You know you will be competing with at least two people. You know before you get called for an interview, your CV must stand out. So you need to start making the CV that will stand out of the pack five or ten years later.
Get the necessary experiences, information and certificates now so that later you can put it in the CV that will stand out.
Make a good CV now so that you can write a good CV tomorrow.

 

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