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Bootcamp Highlights – What employers really want to read in your CV

By Catherine Byrne
April 13 2018

Posted in Student Resources

Guest post by Randy Slocum

The CV is where you can bring your true self, and allowing you to express who you are in a couple pages. A CV should be your best foot forward, intriguing, and telling the story of you!

Everything does have to be backed with physical evidence, so use experiences like job experience and projects to showcase this skill. Use the OAAR approach (Objectives, Analysis, Actions, Results) to reformat your university and personal projects to present the goals and the work you’ve done. Take a look at your core skills and let your CV amplify these to show the unique and individual you are!

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