Your CV’s header is the first thing that prospective employers will see when they look at your CV so it is vital that you present the heading in the best format possible.
One great way of improving both the presentation and effectiveness of your CV is to choose an appropriate font for your CV.
It is very important to get this CV structure correct.
Research has shown that employers tend to skim or scan the candidate’s CVs to determine whether the candidate is worth further consideration or they should be disregarded for the selection process.
The general rule of thumb is to ideally have a black and white CV. This is based on tradition and CV writing conventions dating back several decades.
White space, often referred to as negative space, is a term used to describe open space between design elements. That is; the white area between a header and a paragraph, or different paragraphs, or line spacing all referred to as white space.
A Video CV (or a Video Resume) is exactly what the name suggests: a CV or Resume presented in a video format.
AText justification is a form of typographic alignment which alters the presentation of sentences and paragraphs in a document.
The typical photocopy paper is 80gsm in weight/density which is not recommended or suitable for printing your CV on.