The curriculum vitae is the first contact you will have with the employer you want to hire, therefore, it has to be clear and very well structured. A good curriculum vitae has to have four different parts: personal data, training, professional experience, and complementary data. In this article, we show you what you will have to include in each of the parts of the curriculum vitae and how to do it.
In this section, you will have to state your name and surnames, place of birth, address, telephone number, email address, age, and marital status.
The academic formation
Here, the studies carried out and the degree obtained will be included, with the list of the centers where these studies have been taken. Languages will also be added indicating a small assessment graduating from low to high (low, medium or high) spoken and written. The languages can be put in this section or in the complementary data. If you do not have many complementary data to add, put them in that section. If, on the other hand, you do not have much academic training, add the languages in the training section. You can also include non-regulated studies that are directly related to the professional field for which the job interview is being conducted. This part of the Curriculum vitae. It will be done in reverse chronological order, that is, the one that is more recent will be the one that will be placed above. It is very important to be able to demonstrate the veracity of the data with supporting diplomas.
The professional experience
To make this section you can follow a chronological, functional or mixed order although the first one is the most common. Here we will expose all professional and paid experiences. You will have to indicate the dates, the name and the activity of the company, the job position and, if possible, a name so that, if desired, references can be requested.
The complementary data
In this last section of the curriculum vitae, you can include some information that may be of interest or relevant. Some people think it is positive to include hobbies, preferences, and tastes but this is absolutely personal. This section helps the employer to have an idea about your personality. If you are not sure about how to start writing your curriculum vitae, we give you some previous tips that will help you to do it.
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