Blank CV


blank resume is just that. Blank. This means that the curriculum vitae is yet to be filled. It is a guide drawn up to ease CV writing. Just like any other vitae, it is important to consider the skills, experience and qualifications that are required to hold the position you are applying for, and to ensure that when you fill in the layout all these are projected to your advantage.

Sample Blank Resume Format

Full name (all in bold)

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Address

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Email address

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Mobile

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Career Objective

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(Here describe you personality traits that would be attractive to the employer. E.g. determined, work well under pressure etc. Then talk of your current work experience and the job you are seeking in the employers organisation, explaining why you are the best candidate for the job.)

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Employment History

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(Give a detailed explanation of your current and past work history, taking into account the beginning and ending dates, the place of work and the job designation and its responsibilities. Begin with the most resent job going back to the former ones. Make sure to talk of that your job responsibilities and achievements for every title held, to accentuate your skills and abilities, which will be an added advantage for you.)

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Education and Qualifications

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(Give information of all your education qualification beginning with the latter and ending with the former as well.)

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Hobbies and Interests

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(State you interests.)

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Referees

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(Only include the names of referees when asked.)

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