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Is your CV over-capitalized, or does it speak about you in the third person? Learn here why these and other mistakes you might not notice could be keeping you from making your best impression as a job candidate.
Good advice! Just another extension on something you said in point 7 about sounding dynamic and interesting... I often suggest that it's better to use active verbs, as I notice some of my students still use "to be", which sounds very static.
Something as simple as "I worked as a receptionist" instead of "I was a receptionist", or "I managed my own business" compared to "I had my own business", can make you sound much more proactive.
Thank you for your sharing.
I will try all those tips when I prepare an English CV. I think it wil be very useful.
Thank you again.