Four things that should never be in your CV
When you are applying for a job, your CV is one of first things that your employer will get to know about you. Don’t allow yourself to make a bad impression at first site. If you do, nobody will allow you to go to interview.
How to make your CV great
1. Sharing your private information.
When you write your CV, you should give a personal touch, but don’t share a lot of your private information. With that in mind you will give to your future employer a glace of what and who you are but will stay professional from the start. Politics, religion are not allowed. You may mention your hobby, but just mention them, not give history about that.
2. Be careful of what you write or share on social networks.
Hate speech, nudity or something else what you share with people around you, intimate things, can be taken as things that you will take and share with your colleagues on work. Business life don’t allow possible conflict.
3. Be honest.
The thing with interview is to get to know someone in pleasant way. Job ad is open chance of company, to get the necessary strength for future business, and for you to get your job. When you are honest with them, they will maybe reject you, but in their eyes, in the way you represented yourself, you are not the perfect person for that position. That doesn’t mean that you are bad person, or not good worker. That may mean that you would be unhappy on that job, by them. In the long run, your unhappiness would result many job problem for you and them. So be honest. Another reason to be honest is that when you say you did something, fabricate position or some work, would make a bad impression about you.
4. Mistakes in your CV.
As it seems very small, it is not. It looks unprofessional, and as you didn’t give enough time to represent yourself for the first time to another person or company. Employer may look on that as sloppy work you will do in future for him. So check it few times for mistakes, be thoroughly.