CV template details:

  • CV ref: #32
  • File size: 33kb
  • File format: .docx (MS Word)
  • File name: classic-resume-template-new-doc-free.docx
  • Fonts required: Acme, Open Sans, Open Sans Light

CLASSIC RESUME Template NEW / DOC / FREE

More about CVs

What to Include in a CV?

Contact details: phone number and a professional email address are a must.

Professional Title: ideally it will be the same as the job opening title if you have the necessary skills and experience.

Professional Summary: highlighting your most important achievements and skills.

Professional Experience: list your relevant work experience in reverse chronological order.

Your Achievements: under each position you held, it is really important to mention your achievements rather than simply tasks you worked with.

Skills: include the skills that are relevant for the specific job you are applying for and remember to differentiate the soft skills and hard skills.

Extra sections: such as Personal Projects, Conference and Courses, Publications, Volunteer Experience, etc. Include only if they are relevant to the company or job you are applying to.

What Is a Curriculum Vitae (CV)?

A Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a professional document that offers the reader an overview of your Professional and Educational history.

You can consider it a marketing document, because its purpose is to sell you to the prospective employer. Make sure to address how your previous achievements and skills will bring value and solve their current challenges.

How Long Should a CV Be?

The ideal length for your CV is 1 page if you have under 5 years of work experience and a maximum of 2-3 pages if you have more than 5 years of work experience. This was the conclusion after extensive research with recruiters and employers from various industries.

Make sure to tailor your CV for each specific job opening or company and include only the information and experience that is relevant to this exact position.

What Is the Best CV Format?

A good CV will include your Work Experience, Skills (+Technical Skills or Soft Skills, depending on the industry/job), Education (if relevant for the current position you are applying for), Languages, Skills and Personal Projects or Volunteer Experience.

There is no "Best" CV format, as each recruiter/employer has their own unique preferences - but the general principles and guidelines that most of the recruiters and employers agree upon have been used when designing the above CV templates.

How to Write a CV?

Writing a CV is not an easy endeavor, especially if this is your first time writing one. By choosing one of the above pre-defined layouts, you will not have to worry about the font size, alignments, or what sections to include, among many others.

To improve the written part of your CV, you can have a look in the editor at the professional Tips & Examples that our team carefully prepared together with recruiters to make sure your CV template will be read and properly understood.

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