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We know that having an ordered curriculum (CV) that best summarizes all our skills, in addition to our academic and work history, is essential to make a good impression and increase the possibility of getting the job we are applying for. 

Personal information

It is important to include the basic information that allows us to be recognized. Add your first and last name, phone number (preferably a cell number and a home number) and email address.

If you prefer, you can also include your city and country of residence; this will help them identify which area you live in. 

Now, you should avoid adding information that is not necessary, such as identity documents or marital status. Put yourself in the contractor’s shoes for a moment and think about what they would like to know about you and what would be important to know in order to give you the vacancy.

Academic career

In this section, we are going to show what our academic journey has been and what degrees we have. It is important to put the name of the institution and indicate the dates we were there.

It is not necessary that you include your entire academic journey since you started when you were 5 years old; this does not add any value to your resume.

Work experience

This is one of the most important aspects of your resume and to which every contractor will pay enough attention. Chronologically place where you have worked and in what period of time it has been, specify your role and, if possible, detail the most important thing you managed to do during that time. 

Abstract

This is not mandatory, but many choose to post a summary of who they are, what their interests are, and what words define them. A kind of short biography.

If you do, try to be punctual and not go into detail. Write down what you would say in 30 seconds to introduce yourself to someone in an elevator conversation. We leave you an example that may help you: “I am passionate about technology; every day, I worry about learning new things and teaching others. I believe that teamwork and the division of tasks are the keys to achieving great projects ”. 

Photography

Like the extract, adding a photograph is something that can be a very personal decision; some people prefer not to do it, and others do. In case you put a photograph, use a recent one, where you look good, and that reflects freshness. That the photo of your CV does not look like that of your identity document, make this one that you are proud to show.

Languages

Knowing more than one language is good enough for anyone looking for a new job, so most resumes today have only one space to include your command of another language. Include in this section the languages ​​you use and specify the level at which you do it: basic, intermediate, advanced. 

Abilities

This section is intended to discuss your complementary information, other titles you have, a course you have taken, or tools that you master very well.

In summary, your CV should be a presentation of you that makes clear what your skills are, what knowledge you have, and what has been your academic and professional career. Avoid being dishonest and just write what is true. 

Another thing you can do is adapt your resume to the company you are applying for. If you have several skills, then mention those that can be given more importance for this new place you are applying to.

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Yes, the ideal job really does exist. Sometimes it is just a matter of searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack. And that search is rarely about roses.

: choice stress, insecurity, impatience, rejection, motivation dips and doubts, followed by more choice stress, uncertainty, impatience,… it’s all part of it.

Sometimes it is enough to know that you are not alone in this almost mission impossible . Even better, prepare for this roller coaster. Here are my 5 tips that can help you in your search:

  1. WHO AM I? WHAT DO I WANT?

Know about yourself what you are good at, what you like, what gives you energy and what not, whether you are a team player, preferably working solo, what kind of people you like to work with, how many days, under what kind condition etc

  1. START WITH THE CORRECT SETTING

Be aware of your mindset. Your mindset, the glasses with which you view the world, makes that you will or will not find that dream job. If you say to yourself, “I have to be able to pay the mortgage, so I can’t change jobs,” then it will indeed be difficult to find a dream job. If you do not believe in advance that the dream job exists or at least not for you, then the chance that you will find that job is indeed quite small. If, on the other hand, you believe that, despite the fact that your mortgage continues, you can find a job that really suits you. Then the first step has already been taken, from here you can take action to actually find that job.  

  1. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

Realize that finding a ‘normal’ job takes months, let alone a dream job. Set yourself realistic goals and do not expect this job to be found within three months.  

  1. TURN ON YOUR NETWORK

When looking for a job that really suits you, do not use existing vacancies, but use your network. Use LinkedIn Twitter and Facebook, use the contacts you have. Three of the four vacancies are filled via via. Spend your time usefully, instead of scouring job boards, you can better invest energy in maintaining and expanding your network.  

KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT

Once you have your dream job in mind, don’t make any hasty decisions. All too often I hear clients say: I think I am going to spend a lot of time on topic X and will probably work with team Y. If I ask further, they turn out to be not really sure at all, they are just assumptions and expectations. Make sure that the expectations you have of this job are in line with reality.

If you keep these 5 key factors in mind and get started with them, you will see that the dream job is also for you!

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