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Tips for writing a CV

Although writing a CV correctly is relatively easy, we have a few tips and useful advice for you that could help you avoid possible problems.

A CV is not an essay, so always write briefly and clearly. The most important information must be at the beginning, so if you stick to the following structure, you really can’t go wrong:

  • Your name and contact details
  • Education and special courses
  • All your previous jobs or work experience in point form (period – listed from the latest, name of the position you held, name of your employer)
  • Skills: computer skills, foreign languages, other skills, certificates/permits/licences (forklift operator, welding permit, driver's licence…)
  • Your interests and hobbies

Catch your employer’s interest

Ideally, you should combine your CV with a covering letter, which gives you the opportunity to catch your potential employer’s interest and stand out. Be creative and forget those pre-prepared forms on the internet. Employers always appreciate originality. In your letter, explain what you can offer, what you would like to focus on in your work and what motivated you to apply for this specific job. You can also include your experience during your studies, the topic of your graduate thesis, your participation in projects during your studies, and so on.

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