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Perfect CV Template

Looking for a perfect CV template?

We are pleased to share the best CV template with you.

Why you 'should not' use a Canva Template?

While we are tempted to use Canva to help us build an attractive CV, there are many reasons we believe why a candidate should not use this popular graphic design tool to help stepping up your career.

  1. Lack of uniqueness: Canva templates are often used by a large number of people, which means your CV may end up looking similar to many others. A generic template can make it harder for your CV to stand out from the competition and make a lasting impression on recruiters.

  2. Overemphasis on design: While a visually appealing CV can grab attention, it’s crucial to strike the right balance between design and content. Overusing graphics, fonts, or colours can make your CV appear cluttered, unprofessional, or difficult to read. Remember that the content of your CV and the clarity of information are paramount.

  3. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) compatibility: Many companies use ATS software to manage and screen incoming resumes. Some Canva templates may not be optimised for ATS compatibility, potentially leading to formatting issues or the omission of important information when your CV is processed by these systems. This could negatively impact your chances of being selected for interviews.

There are still many compelling reasons that our career experts can convince you to create your own customised CV. Talk to us now with a 1-on-1 career coaching service. 

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Final CV Tips

Before you take our CV template and go achieving your career goals, there are some final advice we would like to share with you.

  1. Be industry and job-specific: Tailor your CV to the specific industry and job you’re targeting. Customise the content to highlight skills, experiences, and accomplishments relevant to the industry. This demonstrates your suitability and increases your chances of standing out.

  2. Adapting your CV for different career stages: Adapt your writing style and content based on your career stage and experience. Students and fresh graduates focus on education, coursework, and internships. Young professionals emphasise entry-level positions and early career achievements. Managers highlight leadership and management experience.

  3. Regularly update your CV: Regularly update your CV to reflect new skills, certifications, achievements, and experiences. This ensures it accurately represents your qualifications and career progression.

Get ready to create your very own golden ticket – your CV! But hey, if you ever find yourself in need of professional guidance throughout your career journey, remember that our expert career coaches are here to lend a helping hand. So don’t hesitate to reach out and have a chat with us. We’ve got your back!

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