Reed explained that a CV should always be considered a "work-in-progress", as it is vital to update it regularly with new skills and qualifications.
To boost the chances of landing an interview, it is necessary to review all of the old entries within a CV and, if people have any outdated qualifications or old jobs that have no bearing on their future career path, replace them with new entries.
"Whether they are recent skills, accomplishments, job responsibilities, or positions that you have acquired, pick and add important items that will further your career goals. Even if you have occupied the same marketing, accountancy, or sales job for over a year, you will have certainly gained some new experience and insight," the organisation noted.
It added that it is also important to use updated industry keywords, which demonstrate that the candidate has the correct knowledge, understanding, and experience, and are likely to draw the attention of hiring managers.
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Posted by Richard Esquilant
Via: Salespeak News