Writing descriptions of your jobs, volunteer work, projects, and other related activities is the most difficult aspect of writing an excellent CV. Both your volunteer experience and professional history should be described in simple, direct language that is nevertheless informative. A potential employer should be able to tell from your work description what your duties were, what skills you have acquired, your areas of strength are, and what you have accomplished. Here are some tips for crafting a brief yet comprehensive employment experience section. They are,
- State each category's name, location, dates, and job title at the outset.
- List the section about experience in reverse chronological order.
- When briefly outlining your commitments, make sure to utilise strong verbs. Pay greater attention to the skills and traits that, in your opinion, are more important for the aforementioned fields.
- Use industry-specific keywords in your writing to convince potential employers that you are the ideal candidate for the job and the company.
- Be sure to use a variety of action words. Verify that no two of your descriptions are the same. Use the present tense to describe continuing actions; the past tense to describe finished ones.
- Avoid using prepositions, the pronouns "I" and "the," and other words like them.
- Whenever possible, use numbers, amounts, dollars, and percentages to quantify your successes.
- Always write out the numbers in full, from 1 to 10, and use numerals for numbers higher than 10. However, there are always exceptions.
- It is improper to summarise or analyse the deeds of a business or organisation with whom you collaborated. Instead of focusing on your position or employer, talk about your duties and successes in connection to the particular organisation.
- When describing something, only focus on the three or four most important details.
INCLUSION OF INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Studying, working and volunteering abroad allows a student to develop and refine many skills, including,
- ADAPTIBILITY- concerning mores/values/morals/customs, laws, codes of commercial conduct, and other matters. You most likely displayed your ability to interact with new people and/or make professional contacts, get around in a strange country, travel on your own, etc.
- COMMUNICATION SKILLS- having a working knowledge of both written and spoken language as well as nonverbal behaviour. You probably used your instincts and intuition when speaking with people, which raised your understanding of other cultures and the world.
- CRITICAL THINKING & PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS- You definitely ran into issues while you were away that required more complex solutions. You probably used logic, creativity, problem-solving techniques, and critical thinking to come up with the answers. You can reach us at email@example.com or give us a call at 0091 8778153494 for further queries.