We’ve told you what you should include when writing your CV to help you look as employable as possible and here’s our advice for what you should not include to avoid disappointment at the first hurdle.
It’s important to remember that you need to keep your CV as simple as possible; it should not be any longer than two pages and should only include the relevant information. If a CV is too long or includes irrelevant information, many recruiters or hiring managers will discount your application at this early stage.
So, here’s our list of seven things not to include on your CV:
If you would like any further advice, feel free to get in contact with the team who are on hand to answer any of your questions on email@example.com.