CV Tip #89 (Give peace a chance)

8 Mar

Traditionally, the CV is a way to sell yourself to a company, to outline all your life’s work, relevant skills and impresisve experience that you’ve been fortunate enough to gain. A few bullet points on key achievements usually go down a treat as well, particularly in a recession where everyone and their mother are applying for the same fucking jobs.

This sort of sentence wouldn’t even be recommended, however, at the end of a CV, much less at the beginning:

‘I am inspired by my surroundings; by the appearance of the land, nature and objects upon it, of their various and changing forms, colours and textures.’


Agree? Disagree? Discuss.

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