Once you’ve written your CV, it’s tempting to start firing it out to recruiters and employers straight away. However it’s best to proceed with caution in the job market, because you only get one chance to make a first impression.
So before you send your CV to anybody, you should check it over thoroughly to make sure it’s selling you effectively and doesn’t contain any glaring errors.
From structure and format, to content and language, every aspect of your CV should be flawless if you want to land job interviews. StandOut CV have created this simple checklist of 9 questions to ask before you start distributing your CV.