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How to Write the First CV of Your Career?

It is naturally stressful for a new graduate to write their first CV. They think they have no experience to show. No achievements to boast about. What should they lay down in his first CV? To console themselves they must realize that at one stage everybody was a novice or a beginner. After all, they have all found their first jobs and have soared to new heights in their career. It cannot, however, be devised that requirements of the first CV are different than that of the subsequent CVs.

How to Cover Up the Experience in a CV?

The applicant doesn’t have the actual job experience; they cannot say anything about his previous jobs. But after all, he has spent life somewhere, in the colleges, in universities, in clubs, in associations in various committees, etc. These activities may seem quite irrelevant to him initially. When he carefully analyses his education period he may discover a lot of his time spent in the fields relevant to his may dream job. He should have a close look at finding an apprenticeship which he might have undertaken during his college days. Even the study tours, workshops, and seminars which relate to his job may draw the attention of the potential employer.

Drawing the attention of the Employer

Any CV is primarily meant for the eyes of the HR person or the potential employer. What the employer is looking for is how far this candidate will add value to his company. It is up to the CV to highlight the strengths of the applicant in such a way that he cannot be dropped. To draw attention, the main criterion is whether you can demonstrate your value for the company or no.

Points to be included in the Beginners Resume

a.    Educational Qualifications are his main strong areas. If he has been making good GPAs, at least 3+, these must be mentioned at the beginning. In the sequence of qualification, no specific order can be suggested. Some writers recommend the chronological order from High School onwards; others want to show their most recent and highest qualification first. It will also depend on the choice of subjects, the relevance, the achievements, and the grades.

b.    Personal data is also an important part of the CV.

c.    Other capabilities and knowledge/skill acquired in due course of time.

d.    Vocational Training activities undertaken during the study breaks.

e.    Facebook chatting and net surfing are not much of skills these days, need not be mentioned unless the nature of the job is similar.

Look and Design of the CV

A beginners CV cannot be very elaborate. He should not overstretch it despite the fact that he does not have enough to show. The design and presentation of the CV are however very important. It does not have anything to do with the experiences and past experiences. Now it is almost an established practice that CV gets 25 to 30 second. Within this time, if it impresses to the employer, it has done its initial job. But if it fails to achieve this and is thrown into shredder then it is of no use.

The design of the CV is therefore as important as its contents. Libraries are full of books providing guidelines about the designing of CV. Thousands of articles appear on the net on the same subject. Whenever you are writing a CV always keep in mind the reader for whose eyes it is being written. The reader has only one main consideration, will this candidate do some real good to my organization? You should focus all his energies in the process of making the CV towards this goal. A potential employer should not be able to resist calling you for an interview.

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