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10 Things That Should Never Go On Your CV

Having a great CV is the very first step on the way to a job application. Your CV will get only a few seconds of an employer's attention and you wouldn't want your CV to go to the bin straight away with a mistake that could have been easily avoided.

Never go personal on your CV so no gender, no age, no photo, no religion etc. (including your photo will get your application rejected immediately in order to avoid discrimination accusations.)

The most important rule is not to lie. They will eventually find out.

50% of all CVs received by recruitment consultants/employers contain spelling and grammatical errors.

10 Things That Should Never Go On Your CV

Check out this excellent infographic from Career Savvy.

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