That is the opinion of Carol Wilson, managing director of Performancecoachtraining.com, who said that people need to highlight their own specific skills as well as meeting the requirements set out by each company.
"Be sure to highlight particular skills, how you have applied these in previous working contexts and your key successes/achievements," she advised.
The expert also recommended keeping it short, no more than two pages in length, and putting a summary of information that is particularly relevant to the job at the beginning.
Additionally, applicants should include named testimonials if they have them, and use different ones depending on which role they are applying for, Mr Wilson noted
Her advice comes after David Moran, founder and principal of thecvexperts.com, said Candidates can help to distinguish themselves from the competition by creating a unique CV that will grab the attention of the recruiter.
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