Long before candidates are invited to come and meet a recruiter, or given the chance to tour an office, they have just one means of communication with which to convince a company or recruiter that they are the right person for the job – the CV.
Whilst some see the CV as a redundant format, it is still very much the generally accepted first point of contact within a recruitment drive and therefore, ensuring that yours is up to scratch and outstanding may well be the difference between being invited to discuss the role, and never hearing back.
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