A well-structured CV will increase your chances of landing your desired job. You should make it easy to read, clear, and concise.
Use clear fonts such as Arial or Calibri along with bullet points and short but impactful sentences.
Your graduate CV should include dates of all of your education and experiences ensuring that they are consistent with your LinkedIn profile.
Save your CV under a sensible file name as this is what your potential employer will receive. Use the ‘First name, Last name – CV’ format, not ‘final final CV’ or ‘asdfghjk’.
Ensure that you have included your contact details, personal statement, education, work experience and any interests/hobbies.
For the reference section of your graduate CV, you can simply say ‘References available on request’ however, make sure to have these prepared.