A stellar CV (resume) is your ticket to a job interview. Sadly, having great content isn’t the only thing that makes a great resume. How you present the information is just as important and if you’re CV is a cluttered mess, you may find yourself losing out on an opportunity.
That doesn’t mean you need some wacky, artsy CV though. In fact, there’s a huge debate about whether they add or detract from an application. My advice is, unless you’re applying for a graphic design gig, your CV design should essentially be invisible.
Your CV should be clean, drawing attention to what matters most: the content. Here are a few simple tips on how to keep things simple.